Chinatown seems to be the growing hot spot these days as I’ve noticed my work continues to take me there. There’s a lot to like about it. It has the sleaze and grit of the Lower East Side from 10-15 years ago and lots of places to easily fit in a speakeasy or venue. I had never been to Le Baron before this night but it got an A+ in my book.
The band that is playing is called Cable.
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(Photographed for UrbanDaddy.)
New York City
February 7, 2013
On Monday, Artists Wanted and Chashama Gallery put together an event in Times Square, featuring the works of artists from around the world. I didn’t take many photos but I got this one of a performer on stilts, walking through the crowd and playing her cymbals with an accompanying band.
What I enjoy about social media and other marketing trends is how we get to choose what information we want to see. We get to “befriend” producers of products that we enjoy. In some ways, it bridges the gap caused by the decline of mom and pop shops because we get to interact with small businesses around the globe. I
I run and operate new small photography business that produces edgy, professional portraits that are outside the sphere of the standard photos we’ve become used to. With this small business, I work hard to create transparency between what I do and the products people want while maintaining relationship with my customers or people who are curious about what I produce. I’m glad to be able to participate in this kind of dialogue, even with folks who haven’t used my service or purchased prints.
Anyway, if you like what you’re reading, please help me continue this trend by clicking the PHOTO below to my Facebook business page. Hit “like” if you like.
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Ok, it’s close enough to the release date. Here’s is a shot for Performer Magazine that will be on shelves next month.
This is Tami Hart.