Piece description from the artist
Walking across New York's 59th Street bridge is a dizzying experience, even when you don't suffer from vertigo. But as always with photography, the end result is worth it. I visited this spot several times. located where there is just enough space in the fence for my lens, so I could eventually get a shot with the light and mood I wanted. I hope viewers enjoy the view.
Kenneth has been a photographer since his teens, starting with 35mm film and now concentrating on digital capture and processing. His focus is primarily on landscapes and cityscapes with a particular interest in architecture.
Neal's work has been included in the "Saatchi ARTPARIS":http://artparis.fr/2011/en/projects/prixsaatchionline exhibition at the Grand Palais in Paris. Domestically, his work has been shown at various venues in Pennsylvania and New York City, including a show called "Imagine" at "The Cell Gallery":http://www.thecelltheatre.org/, the NY Garment District Arts Festival’s open studio, the Salmagundi Art Club and Long Island Photo Gallery's "Street Life" exhibition. Additionally, Neal's photo "Urban Nature NY" is featured as cover art on the book, "Still the Same Hawk: Reflections on Nature and New York" (Fordham Press). His photo story, "The Only Way is Up," was published in Nikon's N Photo magazine.
Kenneth lives and works in New York City.