Victor Milin is a photographer living in New York's Hudson Valley. A native of New York City, Victor studied Philosophy and Literature at Elmira College and Photography at The School of Visual Arts, The International Center of Photography and John Coffer's Camp Tintype . He is represented in corporate and private collections.
"My life and work exist at the intersection of two lifelong obsessions: New York City and art. I'm awestruck and inspired by the unique beauty, the infinite energy, the vast diversity and the relentless decay that are NYC. I see glimpses of some complex divine plan in every skyscraper, alley, street, and soul and I have walked her streets mesmerized by it my entire life. My work seeks to capture these glimpses within her stone, steel, shadows and light".
Empire State Building - from paper pinhole negative, Silver Gelatin Print, 2007.
|Brooklyn Fish Market - from paper pinhole negative, Silver Gelatin Print, 2007.|
|Flatiron Building - Silver Gelatin Print, 2007.||George Washington Bridge - Toned Silver Gelatin Print, 2008.|