What Real New Yorkers Look Like, According to Ethan James Green

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While those three-plus years also saw his career escalate to the point of photographing the likes of Kate Moss, Green never turned his back on his original, non-famous subjects, who are now at the center of his new book and first-ever monograph, Young New York, published by Aperture.

Featured in Young New York, published by Aperture in 2019.

Featured in Young New York, published by Aperture in 2019.

Featured in Young New York, published by Aperture in 2019.

Featured in Young New York, published by Aperture in 2019.

Featured in Young New York, published by Aperture in 2019.

Featured in Young New York, published by Aperture in 2019.

Featured in Young New York, published by Aperture in 2019.

Featured in Young New York, published by Aperture in 2019.

Featured in Young New York, published by Aperture in 2019.

Featured in Young New York, published by Aperture in 2019.

Featured in Young New York, published by Aperture in 2019.

Featured in Young New York, published by Aperture in 2019.

Featured in Young New York, published by Aperture in 2019.

Featured in Young New York, published by Aperture in 2019.

What Real New Yorkers Look Like, According to Ethan James GreenIt's hard to believe that Ethan James Green's career as a photographer only began in 2014—the same year that his mentor, the photographer David Armstrong, passed away, and that he fatefully ran into Hari Nef outside of a club in the Meatpacking District, and found her so fascinating that he decided to officially leave behind his life in front of the camera for one behind it.

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