For the 50th anniversary of the Pride March comes a visual celebration of the diverse, vibrant, and exuberant attendees of New York City's Pride.
This gorgeous bright book honors the colorful celebrants of the New York City Pride March and Dyke March, capturing the faces that bring the rainbows and liveliness Pride shines with today. Through joyful portraits of two hundred LGBTQ+ community members and allies from New York City's WorldPride, this is a resplendent one-of-a-kind volume, a portal to the spirit, sequins, and sexual liberty of the weekend, a keepsake tribute to the power of love over hate, and a meaningful touchstone, immortalizing the effervescence, excitement, and positive energy of those who attend.
About the Author
Alyssa Blumstein has been a professional photographer for the past decade, working in both Boston and New York City. Her vibrant work celebrates people and events. She is also a food photographer who worked as the director of social media for Dale Talde's Three Kings Restaurant Group. Alyssa's Slop Bucket series of photographs, offering an original take on restaurants' food scraps and drink dregs, has been featured on DNAInfo, Viewing NYC, and Love & Victory, and her photo series Printers are the Weakest Link, documenting hundreds of abandoned printers she's photographed around the world, has been featured on media such as Vice's Motherboard. Alyssa's work is viewable on her website, alyssablumstein.com, and Instagram. Alyssa currently lives in Boston.