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Humans of New York



The most famous photograph from Brandon Stanton’s book, Humans of New York: Stories is of a boy in an open black bubble jacket. The world learned that the most influential person in Vidal’s life was Nadia Lopez, his principal at Mott Hall. A feature on Lopez’s devotion to her students yielded Vidal and Lopez a meeting with President Obama, in the Oval Office. This series of events - from photograph to popular phenomenon - is in many ways a perfect realization of the ethos of stories. Everybody's Got A Story Like New York, there's a ton of great stories at North Pointe. The stories are too wonderful to keep to ourselves. Combine the stories with the skilled photographers in the…
Bob Jones
July 10, 2016