The Grid: The foundation process used to compile the images was by moving in one direction across the space; either horizontally or vertically across. In efforts to help gain a better sense of movement through the space
Bryant Park: As the first two rows display: the transition from the western to eastern end of the park. Moving from entrance, to plaza, to foundation, through the lawn, to the second plaza, and finally to the state of William Bryant himself.
Paley Park: The horizontal capturing a of the space aim to emphasize the precise linear plantings and how they are coordinated with the positioning of the surround walls that defines the space.
The Highline: The stretch of park runs for approx. 2 miles, and somehow is able to still capture a plethora of different types of environments. Self created as well as suiting to the surround environment. This strip of park provides amply opportunity for multiple activities. The last two rows of the grid that exemplify the park, are meant to emphasize history (through the many different posters and plaques dedicated to enlightening you of the projects past), as well as the multiple vista the space provides.
Time Square + Street Art: The Times Square experience is one many think of when they put the letters N Y and C together; which may seem like the cliché place to visit. But it just so happens that everything I get there I am still bewildered by the cultural explosion that erupts from the thousands of souls bustling above, below, at grade with the concrete slabs we've cast down. The area is considered a prime location to people watch and observe your surrounding and take in all that is to be seen and hear, which is why I chose to include some imagery of just urban art.