Times square from up high

Times Square From Up High

Piece description from the artist

Aerial photograph of Times Square, so named in 1904 after the New York Times moved its headquarters to the Times Building, now called One Times Square.

Other works by Raymond Haddad

About Raymond Haddad

Jersey City, NJ

One day, Ray Haddad started pointing and shooting and quickly got carried away with photography.

He got a sack of gear and hit the streets of his hometown, New York City. Rarely a fly on the wall, Ray has a way that is central to his work; with a 'hello,' he can turn chance encounters into spontaneous portraits. He also photographs events, wanders the streets for cityscape shots, and sets up shoots from time to time. Some of his work comes from a darker place, while other photographs are quite innocent.

See Raymond's portfolio here
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