downtownfrombehind (DFB) is a photographic series capturing subjects riding their bike from behind on some 200+ streets, avenues and lanes below 14th street in New York City.

The result is an environmental portrait for each street and subject with a goal to highlight a set of individuals, emerging and established, each uniquely contributing; culturally, socially and physically, to make this part of the city what it is today.

The project has been widely covered in the press, from New York Times, Huffington Post, Coolhunting, Vogue, Nylon Magazine and many blogs (thankyou).

Subjects photographed to date include industrial designers, architects, creative directors, restauranteurs, entrepreneurs, hoteliers, artists and academics.


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More information about limited edition prints available by emailing


Price list current from 23 May 2012.

Size (inch)

16x20”      $350.00    US$

Printing & Price Information.

Print prices listed for matte or gloss fine art paper.

Print prices listed do not include framing or postage.

Allow up to 14 days for printing and delivery once order is placed.

100% of the print price is required to confirm print order.

Alternative printing materials available upon request.

Alternative sizes are available upon request.

Postage and delivery is in addition to print cost. Postage cost specific to location.


Shipping is a flat fee.

International UPS AIR (outside of the US including Hawaii) is US$49.00 

America UPS GROUD US$29.00

Limited Edition Series.

20 of 20.

A total of 20 shots from the Downtownfrombehind series will be made available as limited edition prints of 20.  

Some streets have been announced as limited editions (list below), the remainder will be revealed as the project continues to be photographed.

Images currently listed as Editions of 20 include:

1ST AVENUE                              

10TH STREET                                   





The streets listed above are part of the 20 of 20 Downtownfrombehind limited edition series.  

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