Celebrating Halloween in a city is always an eye-opener. Normally places reserved for a fast-paced lifestyle, and with a general air of unfriendliness, for one night of the year people lose their inhibitions behind masks and costumes.
This year, members of the NYC Street Photography Collective were out in the city photographing throughout the Halloween weekend, taking an alternative view of the spookiest time of the year.
The group unites some of the most talented street photographers in New York City, who are trained in capturing the in-between moments and the weird and the whacky – scenes that usually go unseen.
The group was founded by Jorge Garcia in early 2015, and offers members an opportunity to explore street photography with like-minded individuals, through engagement with a local community that shares resources and promotes their work via zines and other outlets. Discover more at www.nyc-spc.com.
Main image: Copyright of Frank Multari