Hot on the heels of Hurricane Sandy, the Nor’Easter called Athena (apparently nor’easters now have names?) is dumping a nice amount of snow on New York City right now. I took a little walk around my neighborhood earlier. It’s quite beautiful even if it is super cold and the wind gusts are strong. My heart goes out to those in parts of New York and New Jersey who are still without power.
New York City photography and writing by Vivienne Gucwa featuring the landscapes, architecture and neighborhoods of New York City. As a native New Yorker currently living on the Lower East Side, her photography and writing explore the ever changing urban landscapes of the five boroughs. In a city that changes and evolves at a fast pace, documenting these changes is a major focus of her work.
Her photography has been featured in a variety of publications online and in print, as well as TV: The Biography Channel, cover art for the book A Killer's Essence by Dave Zeltserman, cover art for the anthology It's Animal, but Merciful, cover art for the "Lucky Now" single by Ryan Adams, Cover of the inaugural issue of the Lo-Down Magazine, Gallery showing - Mars Bar Retrospective - at Plush NYC, ABC News Online, NBC News Online, The National Endowment for the Humanities Magazine, Io Donna - Corriere Della Sera, on a billboard screen in midtown Manhattan during the summer of 2012, NY Times - Local East Village, Digital Journal, Huffington Post, Travel and Leisure, BoingBoing, My Modern Met, Gothamist, Curbed, Eater, Time Out NY, Racked, Yahoo News, Manhattan User Guide, BlackBook Magazine, Kate Spade NY, Newsweek Online, Village Voice Online, Buzzfeed, NabeWise, Neighborhoodr, NearSay, The Lo-Down NY, Bowery Boogie, EV Grieve, The Frisky, and Schmap Guide Sixteenth Edition.