Erin Lefevre is a documentary photographer from New York City whose work focuses on under-reported social issues. Erin studied at the Fashion Institute of Technology, where she earned her Associate Degree in Photography. She then transferred to...
Focus:Photojournalist, Documentary, Teacher
Covering:USA & Canada
Skills:Digital Printing, Photo Assisting, Film Scanning, Adobe Photoshop, Photo Editing, Curating, Photojournalism, Film Processing, Film Photography
Military members walk towards the entrance of the Jacob Javits Center, located on 34th street and 12h avenue, which will open as a field hospital for coronavirus patients beginning Monday March 30, 2020 in New York, NY.
New York City’s once busiest neighborhoods are now mostly desolate leaving nothing but deafening silence in its wake. Walking around different areas of Manhattan, the occasional passerby on the streets are either people who have no choice but to go outside, or those who have no where else to go. Observing this bizarre new normal reminds me of the stories my parents used to tell me about living in Hell’s Kitchen, which was one of Manhattan’s most dangerous neighborhoods in the 1980s. Working as a photojournalist, I have covered numerous situations where danger was present and the attention of the media was unwanted. This is the first time I genuinely felt unsafe doing my job. This is ongoing coverage of the coronavirus pandemic in New York City.