Friday, 24 January 2014


In 1981, then 22 year-old photographer Christopher Morris was interning at New York photo agency Black Star. He was eager to make his mark, so over a six-month period in 1981, he embedded himself in the world of the New York subway system.
The outcome was a reflection of what life in New York was like in that time, from the early-morning commuters, to the late-night travellers—Morris was able to capture interesting subjects in the commuting space of midtown Manhattan, further north in the Bronx, and the eastern wilds of Brooklyn. 

No comments:

Post a Comment