Field Notes: Godlis

This week we talk to the iconic photographer and chronicler of New York’s punk scene for over 40 years. We caught up with him before his opening in The Bowery.

This week we took to the streets of New York to talk to the iconic photographer and chronicler of New York’s punk scene for over 40 years, Godlis. We caught up with him before his opening in The Bowery. Check out his book here.

Dead Boys by Godlis
Patti Smith at CBGBs by Godlis

Ep 53: Chris Bonanos on his biography of Weegee

Christopher Bonanos is city editor at New York magazine, where he covers arts and culture and urban affairs. He is the author of Instant: The Story of Polaroid. He talks to us about his new book, Flash: The Making of Weegee the Famous.

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Ep. 39 Nolan Ryan Trowe on shooting while disabled

New York-based photojournalist Nolan Ryan Trowe discusses his work before and after an accident that left him disabled and his collaboration with Adhiambo Mitchell, who lost both legs in a car accident, as he cares for his two sons. His series on Mitchell was a feature in the New York Times Lens blog.