Stand Up Fight Back

And so it begins. Today President Trump began his a crackdown on illegal immigration, ordered the construction of a wall on the Mexican border to begin, and announced plans for additional actions cutting back on legal immigration that included barring Syrian refugees. (See New York Times story HERE.) The response in New York City (and […]

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Jackson Heights

Jackson Heights – a little New York City neighborhood, located somewhere between Pakistan and Colombia. At least, that’s how one of my new neighbors described it. As Jackson Heights is the most diverse neighborhood in the most diverse city (NYC) in the United States, a country of immigrants, I would have to agree. Several months […]

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Canson Paper

I was very honored to be chosen by Canson paper from among the 100 Urban Sketchers correspondents to represent their Pure White Paper in an advertisement that is appearing in the November issue of Juxtapoz magazine. The ad features a reportage of New York City, including Times Square and the Life Cafe on Ave. B […]

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Snow Day!

SNOW DAY!! A day of joy for all the little children who slide down the big hill behind my apartment building. I can hear their laughter drifting through the window as I’m typing this. The snow in New York City is swirling and dancing through the air and the children are slipping and sliding in […]

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