Staten Island (A3)

by Marcus Bjorn

29.7 x 42 cm|Limited edition 30 pcs.

The portrait is from the project ”The Staten Island Ferry” a portrait series focusing on New Yorkers riding The Staten Island Ferry. A ferry that has been transporting people between Staten Island and Manhattan since 1817. Riding 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, it transports 60,000 passengers a day and 22 million people a year, it is an intense and various concentration of different destinies from different cultures and backgrounds of all classes and of almost every imaginable occupation gathered in one place for 25 minutes.


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Marcus Bjorn

Marcus Bjorn

Marcus Trappaud Bjørn is a photographer based in Copenhagen, Denmark.
He has studied at the Danish School of Media and Journalism and at the International Center of Photography in New York.
His work has appeared in a range of publications such as The New York Times, Politiken, Børsen, Morgenavisen Jyllands-Posten and Musee Magazine.


Pictures of the Year International - Portrait series - 2nd Place

College Photographer of the Year - Interpretive Project - 1st Place

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