Sandy Honig is a New York-based photographer and comedian, both of which influence the other. Her work tends towards character studies of people she meets, creates, or secretly steals photos of on the streets, infused with humor and color. She shoots for Rookie Mag and Vice Magazine, as well as various publications that will have her. She is from New Haven, Connecticut and has a BFA in Photo & Imaging from New York University.
This is a collection of images taken over the last few years, when shooting became less of a project and more of a habit. Unstaged situations, found not while “out shooting,” but rather, “I had my camera on me.” Voyeuristic and often taken without asking, these images reflect the cinematic and whimsical qualities of reality. This collection of photographs are taken from her series “Argentina,” “Don’t Ever Leave Me,” and miscellaneous photo diary images.
To view more of Sandy’s work, please visit her website.