A night so full of life, dancing, love and music I could swear the gorgeous old wooden floors of Gramercy Park’s Players Club were going to crumble under the vibrations from jazz tidal-waves coming through the halls and echoing off the historic molding. The stomping of feet was so completely committed it was as if they would die if they stopped moving. Being a photographer gives you the certain advantage of being a true observer of life. I’ve been to so many wonderful parties around the world, but this night I saw something different. I saw people in love, I witnessed couples so lost in their own world, so wrapped up in each other’s embrace, it is as if nothing else existed – not the room, not the day before, not my camera and not tomorrow. So here is to 2014, here is to love, and to a group of people in New York keeping the old standards swinging into a new age…
6 thoughts on “Players Club”
Nothing says love than an embrace…Way to stay warm in the winter, I say!
Wow, amazing photos 🙂
Such wonderful, interesting, and honest photos. Glam without trying. Love it! – Leith
These are so fabulous, beautiful and moody. Love!! What kind of camera it is in the self portrait you took?
This is still one of my favorite posts! Obviously I’m big fan of jazz and I think you captured perfectly the essence in this place, the atmosphere seems incredibly good and the “swing era” is a golden era for me! I believe it was a dreamy night like good old NY! 🙂 Congratulations!