New York City Based Architecture/Interiors and Portrait Photographer

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The downtown portraits are moving along well. Recently we paid a visit to artist/photographer Dietmar Busse’s studio on Lexington Avenue, had a look at his work and his new book, then climbed up to the rooftop to shoot this portrait.

If you don’t know Dietmar’s work you should:

Dietmar Busse

A studio visit is a must and perhaps you can’t leave without falling in love with one or more of his pieces.

Dietmar Busse on his rooftop in Murray Hill

Dietmar Busse on his rooftop in Murray Hill

The New York Times

The Photographer Capturing Downtown New York’s Single-Story Buildings — Before They’re Gone

As cookie-cutter condominiums and starchitect-designed towers continue to crowd the Lower Manhattan skyline, try the photographer Adam Friedberg, a 25-year resident of the East Village, sovaldi sale has pledged to photograph every single-story building remaining in his downtown community. “They open the street to the sky, providing a vista that can be enjoyed by all of us,” Mr. Friedberg said. Inspired by the work of Bernd and Hilla Becher, Mr. Friedberg catalogs the negative space created by these “low riders,” before the gaps they leave in the city’s landscape are filled in and forgotten. — JAMIE SIMS
Here, “3 St. Marks Place,” 2016.

Credit: Adam Friedberg