|David Brandford - Lunch Time (New York City, 1996)|
David Brandford became a cab driver in 1990, and immediately picked up a camera when he realized he now had a front-row seat to life in New York City. Since then, he’s not been able to stop taking pictures and capturing the city he loves.
Most recently, New York.com gave Bradford his own New York Moment, offering us a small glimpse into the life of the successful photographer cabbie.
In truth, Bradford has been many things over the course of his life. In chronological order, he’s gone from dancer and trombone player, to artist, to art director, to freelance illustrator, to cabbie, and finally photographer.