Stas May is one of those New York City guys that tends to pop up in front of the lens and behind it. A Brooklyn-based photographer who’s called this place home for 11 years, May occasionally moonlights as an actor and a model (hey, it’s hard being good looking). His photography—no matter how nice the clothes, pretty the girl, or flattering the lighting—makes sure each image is soaked in an urban edge. It’s that combination of hard and soft, strong and weak that defines the images, and, in a way, is representative of what it means to really live in New York, to see all sides of the coin. ISAORA talked to May about how to salvage a morning commute, the most difficult part of trying to take a picture in New York, and a guy on 12th Street keeping it classy at 95 years young.
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