Between residents and tourists, nearly 60 million people walked the streets of New York City in 2011. Quietly existing between these crowds are people who experience public sidewalks in a way no one else does: those who work along them. Regardless of the weather, time, or available space, these men and women must make their living in public view at the will of the elements and people of New York. This ongoing collection is a glance into who they are.
This ongoing collection includes portraits of those who make their living in the public spaces of New York City.