Showing the audience how some families opt to eat, this NYC dining photo series is worrisome and surprisingly alluring as it does a great job portraying how families have changed their habits in modern times.
The series depicts all types of family units like a single mom eating alone while watching TV, a teenage girl with pasta on her bed, a mother feeding her baby while chatting with her parents over Skype and a young couple eating a pizza. Captured by photographer Miho Aikawa, the NYC dining photo series is a candid look at evening rituals.
The ‘Dinner in NY’ series was inspired by a recent study published in Public Health Nutrition that stated that most of us only give 50% of our concentration to eating nowadays because we are usually preoccupied with other things.
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