The contact sheet traditionally was how we delivered our images for client selection when I first started in photography; the thing itself is very attractive to me and allows for many narrative and compositional possibilities, I was a winner of the International Photography Awards Film and Analogue Category in 2019 for this contact sheet body of work.
Queen's Plaza is the confluence of many subway lines and roads ahead of the 49th Street Bridge into Manhattan, a perfect example of improvised urban planning. During rush hour in the morning every mode of transport eagerly awaits it's turn to cross the bridge. Here I use the contact sheet to let me move and capture the height of the traffic jam in each image.
This is an archival pigment print on a beautiful baryta paper. Limited edition, signed and numbered on the back of the print. It is shipped in a tube.