Aamora Guest Photographer: Ronnie Ginnever

NYC and Me by Ronnie Ginnever

Let me share some of my visions of the City that I love.  We New Yorkers are inundated with the constant buzz, sounds, traffic, lights, advertising, tourists and people with pets on the move. Everything is in motion, the complexity and layers upon layers of activity and stillness add to the soul and spirit of New York.

Betty & MeBetty and Me

DSCF4866Bus Stop on Hudson Street, NY

DSCF6848Waiting for a bus in Chelsea

DSCF1663Midtown Manhattan bus stop

DSCF6828Across from the Village Voice, E. Village, NY

DSCF6910Store window on W. 42nd Street, NY

DSCF6786Empty store in the W. Village, NY


(All the photos above are single exposures with no photoshopping.)


Ronnie Ginnever is a born and bred New Yorker, and much of her work is inspired by the spirit and people of that City. Her photography has been shown in museums and galleries and published in magazines in the U.S., Canada and Europe. To find out more about Ronnie, see her website here. You will be well rewarded by exploring her galleries there. Then enjoy more of her work on jpgmag.com and here on aamora. 

10 thoughts on “Aamora Guest Photographer: Ronnie Ginnever”

  1. I love the idea and the images! The reflections and layers with your self portraits create an atmosphere and feel of the city. Nice to see your work here Ronnie.

  2. Arriving back from a trip to the wild lands of BC, I find these awesome shots of NYC, a whole different kind of wild land – one you know and photograph so well, Ronnie Ginnever! Love this series. More!

  3. beautiful images Ronnie – mesmerizing and other-worldly, but firmly rooted in a “dreamy” New York landscape – a landscape that co-exists with imagination. thank you for that! Tom O.

  4. Thank you, John, Maura, Alexis, Jim & Dana, I would love to take all of you on a tour of my favorite City. When any of you come to NY please do get in touch. Your feedback and support is a welcome gift.

  5. How great to see these wonderful images brought together as a group, and how great to see your work on Aamora Ronnie!

Comments are closed.