The Niagara Frontier



Lying in the shadow of the Niagara region is a western New York landscape left frozen and forgotten in time. Once revered in the late 1800s as a retreat for the wealthy, the City of Buffalo and its surrounding towns, with its lovingly planned architectural artistry and civil functionality, has been left to the middle class and the retired working poor. Though initially fueled by industry and prosperity, with innovations that were the envy of world, the spirit of the city was ravished over multiple periods of decline. It is only recently that the city and the state have begun working together to revive the skeleton of this once great city.

The result is an architectural landscape that is stunningly beautiful, tragic, and hopeful.

 








 





 


 





 










 

 


 

 






 

 




 



 




 

 


 

 


 

 


 

 





 

 






 

All of these images were shot in and around Buffalo NY from 2003 to 2016

 


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