It’s been quite a while since I’ve shared a new post and I’m hoping this message finds you all doing well as we continue to find our way through the Coronavirus pandemic. Moreover, I hope that despite the pandemic, you were all able to enjoy the holidays. We’re gonna get through this people, let’s keep our chins up and our bodies safe.
In other news, I’m happy to announce that a photograph I snapped during my trip to Guadalajara back in January (which now seems like forever ago) made its way into an article in New York Magazine.
The article, titled What New York Should Learn From Guadalajara’s Biggest Market, shares on observation on how New York can solve the existential challenges that face storefront retail in a post-Coronavirus world by emulating the model of Guadalajara’s largest public market.
Scroll down the page to see my photograph (credited as Dan Perez Photography). Honored to have my work catch the eye of the folks over at New York Magazine. A positive in a year of so many negatives. But we’ve all had a few, no? As bad as 2020 has been, it’s had its share of positives as well. That’s how I’ll look back on it as I look forward to 2021 and better things.
Stay safe, people!
Blanca, Thank you, my dear. You’re so right, healing can begin with a simple phone call. Surely, you and your staff at United HomeCare know a thing or two about lifting spirits. See you in 2021 🙂
Dan your inquisitive mind is always at work asking questions of the people you meet, about their lives and their work. This is captured in your pictures, telling their story. Keep up the great work! It’s a pleasure to work with you always!
And yes, the world needs healing! This Pandemic is not only affecting our economies, it is tearing at the fabric of our spirits and our beliefs. The only hope I see right now, is for all us to pick-up the phone and talk with each another about simple things, like how are you doing? Social media is not the way to do it. Pick up the phone and pour your love into people. God bless you!
Take good my friend and stay healthy! The world needs your pictures.