These were shots taken a week before NYC began its reopening. People were beginning to crowd the streets again and the city was returning to its previous vigor. Taken at Williamsburg Bridge while I was crossing the bridge by foot during the dusk of June 18, 2020. After three months of seeing NYC virtually empty, it was fascinating to watch how the city began to enliven itself once again. New York City’s life blood is in its people.
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.