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“A city on an island, teeming with cash and ego, has nowhere to go but up. And up. And up. Imagine the Manhattan skyline in a time-lapse filmstrip, starting around 1890 — when the New York World Building crested above the 284-foot spire of Trinity Church — and culminating in the present day: it is a series of continual skyward propulsions, each new proud round overshadowing the last….”


Picture Farm Director Christopher Anderson has spent the last few months dangling his camera and beating any signs of vertigo, capturing some of the most arresting images of New York anyone here has seen in a long, long time. Check out his inclusion into the recent spread in The New York Times Magazine here…

And check out some of Christopher’s other arresting work here…