New York’s Once-Neglected Harlem River Experiences a Rebirth

I was fortunate to be interviewed about my Harlem River project by writer and photographer, Nathan Kensinger, for his most recent Curbed NY article: New York’s Once-Neglected Harlem River Experiences a Rebirth.  I am so grateful to have gotten in contact with Mr. Kensinger, a gifted chronicler of New York City’s peripheral waterways and infrastructure, who was so generous of his time and knowledge with me.

In my interview with him, I learned that Bridge Park, the newest park to be constructed and the first Bronx waterfront park since Mill Pond Park between 149th and 153rd Streets was opened, is open though not officially.  I’ve been busy photographing others locations, but I look forward to getting around to exploring this newest park just north of the Washington Bridge soon.

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