I could have never imagined that New York City would be on a lockdown. A few months after New Year, the virus crept slowly on New York and became the ground zero of the country averaging 1000 deaths a day. The Governor had no choice but to lock the city down. For the first time ever, New York streets became virtually empty in ways and manner which the world has never seen before. These are the photos I took during the three months that the city was in absolute lockdown. The city that never sleeps, slept.
Rom is a Headshot and Portrait photographer in Queens has a degree in Nursing and studies Philosophy and Theology as a Catholic seminarian. His experience in photography include his various works in Australia, Los Angeles and New York for over ten years. He was previously a professional blogger and web designer and worked at IBM in the past.