Daily Pics September 19th, 2014 by greg brophy

Olympic Diner closed down in June due to the hyper-gentrification going on throughout the city. I went there specifically because I read on Jeremiah's Vanishing New York and shot this on 8x10 color Polaroid film made by The Impossible Project. It was a test release that needs some more work. Hopefully they will be offering it again soon. The film is perfect for what I am trying to show.

Olympic Diner

Places That No Longer Exist by greg brophy

An image of Coney Island showing a building no longer there. It used to be a theater and from what I am told it was beautiful. You can see the wonder Wheel off in the background.

Daily Pics September 14th, 2014 by greg brophy

Ok Ok so my Daliy Pics post has not been everyday, but I am working on it and hope to have some more images for the future on a regular basis. This images is from Asbury Park, New Jersey, a place dear to my heart. I used to go there as a teenager to see bands like Social Distortion and Dramarama. I believe this building is no longer there. I shot it with some of the earliest Impossible Project color film.

The Lost City Liquor Store

Lately Asbury Park has had a small resurgence. Hopefully this time it will last.

Bergen Community College Exhibition by greg brophy


My work from "Where the Ocean Meets the Shore" will be displayed at a group show in the Bergen Community College from October 1st to December 4th, 2013. Join me at the reception on Tuesday October 15th from 5:30 to 7:30pm. The show is located at:

Bergen Community College
400 Paramus Road
West Hall, Third Floor
Paramus, New Jersey 07652

I am also honored to be part of a panel discussion on Tuesday, October 22, 12:20 to 1:40pm, Room A-104.