Some relatively fresh New York photos from last september.
Hello everyone, this is not exactly the very first post on this blog, but I’ve figured I need to have one of those “welcome” posts so you guys know where you are at.
So please allow me to introduce myself — my name is Tim Sklyarov and I am a designer that lives and works in the capital of planet Awesome – New York City. I’m a Creative Director at the hospitality marketing company called HeBS Digital. I’m also a photography enthusiast and an aspiring runner.
I’ve started this blog as personal playground for sharing my artwork, photography and personal ramblings with the world. Not much is going on here currently, but in the nearest future I will be writing new posts and I also will be transferring some selected content from my other blog that I’ve been running for a little over ten years on the old-fashioned pre-facebook era LiveJournal platform.
Fuji X100 — quite a remarkable camera for.. creating GIF cinematics. You still have to assemble animation in Photoshop though.
Just some random photos from New York City that I did not post here before.
Just in time for the heat of summer 2013 my friend started dope tank top company. If you like what you see on these photos or if you just happen to live in Williamsburg/Bushwick – go ahead and support my friend by ordering some of these unique designs from The Tanks I Get! (more…)
I’m running the NYC Marathon this November and also raising money for a good cause. I am raising money for The YAI Network, organization that makes people affected by developmental and learning disabilities lives a little bit easier. I would appreciate if you would help me out by making a donation. The goal is to raise at least $3,000 over the next few weeks. More info on a special website: http://runningforcause.com
So I was heading to Las Vegas for a business meeting the other day and was lucky enough to sit on a right side of the plane — did some quick tilt-shift aerial photos of New York. Nothing super special, but gives some sense of how many skyscrapers are there on the island of Manhattan.
My transport of choice in NYC is definitely a road bike. When you cycle on the streets you see city and it’s habitants in a very different point of view. Let me share with you some photos I took last year – NYC through the eyes of a road bike.
First time visited Boston – it was just a short business trip, but nevertheless I’ve managed to do a short walk around the city center.
I had to visit Las Vegas for a business need, but the idea of spending almost ten hours in a plane (roundtrip from NY) was not really super exciting, so I thought it maybe a good idea to rent a car and go in the wilderness. First stop was one of the most amazing natural wonders on this planet – magnificent Grand Canyon.
Due to the nature of human perception it is nearly impossible to convey the feeling that you get to experience standing there through the photos.