Zach Lewis describes his new book as "a narrative driven documentary photography book reflecting the sentiment of contemporary American life."
The book includes artists' achieved photography that reflects the lifestyle of a teen in their 20s trying to make it in New York City at a time of political unrest. The book includes a lot of symbolical thrust from the realm organized religion and traces of momentous events such as Osama bin Laden and Steve Job's death.
The book demonstrates the life in New York City in it's most raw and real form. The visual metaphors that reflect the current events and the emotive peaks of the city's inhabitants are intriguing to observe from page to page.
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