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35 photographers document their Brooklyn neighborhood from 2009-2011
Características y detalles
- Categoría Blogs
Cuadrado grande, 30×30 cm
- Fecha de publicación dic. 09, 2011
- Etiquetas Nelson Ryland, new york, new york city, beverley square west, beverly square west, prospect park south, victorian flatbush, ditmas park blog, ditmas park, Alison Tirrell, Ilya Nikhamin, Christopher McGill, Amanda Kavanagh, Mark D. Gilman, Paul Dorfman, Chris Farling, Florence Wang, Breukellen Riesgo, Stephen Fried, Rufus Mangrove, Sustainable Flatbush, Mike Sheehan, Mary Bakija, Natalie Sandoval, Avi Glickstein, Jack Ryland, Sam Ryland, Suzanne Ito, Lydia Kavanagh, Patrick Fagan, Marilyn Kaggen, Kevin L. Ferguson, Serena Norr, Katy Tackett, Naomi Donabedian, Lorna Keuning, Alexander Rabb, Jessica Kaufman, Bob Maynard, Amy Lam, Mike Sleap, beja b, Samantha Levin and Dana Goldstein, RISD, ny, PPS, flatbush, ditmasparkblog, POV, self-portrait, community, neighborhood, photography, brooklyn, ditmaspark_365, ditmaspark
Nelson Ryland is a photographer based in Brooklyn, NY. He graduated from Rhode Island School of Design with a degree in photography and shortly there after, was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship in visual anthropology to Bulgaria. After an internship with Mary Ellen Mark, he worked at the Phillips Collection, The Bonnie Benrubi Gallery and the Maine Photographic Workshops. Since then, he has photographed for the World Bank, Amnesty International and the ILO. The former photo editor of the Ditmas Park Blog, his work is regularly seen on Gothamist and Brownstoner. He is currently working on a book project about Prospect Park South, a neighborhood in Brooklyn.