About the Book
New York Through an Architect's Lens is a photographic journey through the world's most iconic city. Anthony Fieldman - an award-winning architect and published photographer - beautifully chronicles NYC's landmarks and little-known corners alike, in richly toned black and white. A twenty-five year resident of New York City, Anthony provides the 'back story' to each subject alongside his images, walking the reader through the history and urban archeology of this 400-year old metropolis.
Anthony is the National Design Director for HOK Canada. Based in Toronto, he provides design leadership for HOK’s projects across Canada and throughout the world. His work has been widely recognized, exhibited and published, with over 50 international design awards spanning twenty-five years of professional practice. Anthony is also a published and exhibited street photographer, and the creator of Nomade Civilisée - a platform for photography, global culture and travel. He is working on two sequels to the book New York Through an Architect’s lens - on Cuba and Toronto. A researcher by nature, Anthony created the nutritional health website Food Fit for Living as a guide for maintaining optimal health in the context of an overwhelmingly industrial food supply. Anthony’s memoir, Genius Lost: A Brother's Lament, is a tribute to his brother, Jordan – a Harvard-trained physician who died at just thirty-eight following a twenty-year battle against chronic illness and cancer.