A collection of work shot on assignment for The New York Times or The Guardian.
Two punks wait for a train in the early morning.
Community college professor Eduardo Vianna, right, with his family in their one-bedroom apartment in Manhattan.
OKCupid co-founder Christian Rudder waves down a taxi.
A male passenger rides in the front of a bus operated by the Hasidic community in Brooklyn. Female passengers are expected to ride in the back of the bus.
The Rainbow Room, atop 30 Rockefeller, reopens.
A "smell walk" tour participant takes a whiff in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
A finch is brought to a park in Queens for a bout of competitive singing.
Warped Tour atendees negotiate an opened pit.
Joseph "No Bones" Collins dances the original Harlem Shake at a community center in Harlem.
A girl dances at a celebration to end the month-long prayer readings at the United Sherpa Association in Queens.
Urban pioneer Jim Venturi explores an old train right-of-way.
Shane Ruth, right, leads a crew working on a window installation with the theme "Astronomy" at the Bergdorf Goodman mens store.
A guest at the Russian Tea Room attracts attention.
Glenn Greenwald, right, greets his partner David Miranda after flying into JFK airport.
Natalie Permikova participates in a vigil to save Mount Manresa, a former Jesuit retreat campus in Staten Island.
Brian Williams has a microphone removed after a public television interview in Manhattan.
The painting studio of artist William Wegman.