Duane Bailey-Castro is a self-taught photographer and a lifelong Bronx resident, who specializes in urban landscape and travel photography. His main focus is on the little-known Harlem River Bridges – which connect the Bronx and Manhattan – both as structures and symbols that offer a revealing portrait of the communities they connect. He also has traveled abroad to countries including Bolivia, Cambodia, Cuba, Iceland, and India seeking out images of natural, architectural, and historical interest. His work has been exhibited at the Morris Park – New York Public Library, Hutchinson Metro Center, Montefiore Medical Center, the Bronx Documentary Center, the NYC Parks Poe Park Visitor Center, and the Bronx Historical Society.
For more information about his work, visit www.duanebaileycastro.com.