Adam Stoltman
  London Olympics
  Vancouver Olympics
  Tennis Historical
  Capturing Culture
  From My North Window

New York City’s system of parks is one of the most complex, diverse and extraordinary in the world.  It occupies nearly 30,000 acres of land, including 10,000 acres of designated natural areas, and more than 1,700 parks and playgrounds serving more than 8 million people.  It is as much a social ecosystem as a natural one. Delicately interwoven into the fabric of our city, our natural spaces, and city parks are inextricably tied to the health of an extremely diverse series of communities and constituencies across the five boroughs. This ongoing documentation project examines the many ways in which New Yorkers utilize these spaces. 

Alley Pond Park, Queens
Ft Green Park, Brooklyn
Highbride Park, Manhattan
Soundview Park, The Bronx
Fishermen, Jamaica Bay, Queen
Barrier Playground, Queens
Chelsea Park, Manhattan
Hudson River Park, Manhattan
Inwood Hill Park, Manhattan
Sunset Park, Brooklyn
Central Park, Manhattan
Marine Park, Brooklyn
New York Philharmonic Concert, Manhattan
New York Philharmonic Concert, Manhattan
Thunderbird Pow Wow, Queens Farm Park, Queens,
Dragon Boat Race, Corona-Flushing Meadow Park, Queens
Van Cortland Park, The Bronx
Jamaica Bay, Queens
The Rockaway, Queens
Prospect Park, Brooklyn