Gretchen Robinette is a New York City-based documentary and portrait photographer, covering live music and culture scenes, as well as musicians and creatives for High Times Magazine, Rolling Stone, Vice, Gothamist, The Wall Street Journal, and more.
Her story of over 75 candid photos taken over the last 4 years underground on the NYC Subway are on display at Max Fish beginning April 17, 2016 and can be seen until May 17th of 2016.
“I started shooting couples for a bit, because I appreciate the innocence of it; I don’t know their story and never will, but for that moment, no one else mattered to them. Even if their relationship is fleeting, they had the lack of self sensor to be affectionate in front of so many strangers and not give a shit, and something about that is beautiful to me.”
Full interview at The Phoblographer
On display now until 5.17.16 at:
MAX FISH BAR & GALLERY
120 Orchard Street
New York, NYC 10002