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Bright Nights: Photographs of Another New York Paperback – October 25, 2013
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Anyone who went to those crazy parties surely encountered Todd Seelie, camera in hand, dangling from a makeshift platform, documenting underground noise/art punk bands, topless tattooed women throwing fists, public sex, and ugly haircuts. As yuppiedom has encroached further into Brooklyn, Todd has continued to work wherever broke artists and DIY punks are living the no-budget dream.
This beautifully printed book is the tip of the iceberg for a body of work spanning close to 20 years, and it maintains focus and superb image quality front to back. If you were there, wish you were there, or are curious to see just what was going on in those warehouses in the 00's, this book is a must-have.
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A truly inspiring collection of images. Shows me how little action I capture in my own photography, and something to really aspire to. Printing and image quality are superb. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Jeremy B.
I picked this book up because I enjoy the counter culture movement, and thought this would make for a great conversation coffee table book. I was wrong. Read morePublished on March 4, 2014 by MB
This book full of engaging images of a real and exuberant part of New York culture. Although the book is printed on beautiful stock, nothing about the content is slick or posed.Published on February 20, 2014 by Andrew Ratcliff
Bright Nights proves NYC still has a pulse and burns bright from it's diversity in the night. Everyone should have this book if not for the well done images that make you reflect... Read morePublished on February 7, 2014 by Anne Tichy
...unless you hate fun or are afraid or a little fire, blood, or nudity, often at the same time.
Tod captures the wild fringes of a number of overlapping New York... Read more