I’ve visited Zuccotti Park, only a few times, during the time that the protesters were still allowed to camp in the park, and this particular time was no different… just a day in the life of the “99%” – those who camped in the park, those who came to visit and those who wore police uniforms and kept circulation flowing. Some people would donate food and clothes to help the protesters, others would sing and hold hands in prayer, many simply observed, some would ask questions and take handouts, I decided to just take pictures.
My intention was never to disrupt or change what I saw and experienced, but to merely record the moments that best portrayed my subject matter through the context created by Occupy Wall Street.
What started on September 17th in Zuccotti Park, New York lingers on and continues to promote a stand against social injustice. What I recorded on October 8th at Zuccotti Park, was a record of a personal experience, nothing less.
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