New York City on Film - Personal Work

Back in May I went on the amazing BrandCamp conference in Pennsylvania (you know, the one at a summercamp in the mountains? Read about it here!).  I really wanted to stop in New York City for a couple of nights, as I was sort of near by. I had been once before and loved it so much.

This was my second ever visit to the city and a very fleeting one, arriving on a Friday afternoon and leaving on the Sunday morning. I'm so glad I spent a little time there, it was like a dream!

Here is some of my personal work from the day-and-a-half I had to explore. You'll see photographs from Top of the Rock, the Chelsea District and Chelsea Market, Highline Park, Washington Square Park antics, Times Square at twilight and a Malaysian street festival I happily came across!

I managed to walk a long way in the short time I had there and saw so much. I really enjoy exploring new places and taking everything in, while photographing the moments that inspire me and meeting so many interesting people along the way.

I love the colours of the city in the summer, the blues and greens are so gorgeous in an urban setting. I love the way the sunlight bounces off all the tall glass buildings and reflects down the street, and the bright corridors of light that stream through the gaps!

It's hard to only share a few favourites! To view the whole gallery and order prints, click here. All shot on 35mm Kodak film dev/scanned by UK Film Lab.

To view the whole gallery and order prints, click here.