Brooklyn photographer documented quarantined New Yorkers finding escapes on their rooftops

When New York City emerged as the U.S. epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic in March, Brooklyn-based photographer Josh Katz began documenting how quarantined New Yorkers found escapes on their rooftops.

Over three months, Katz spent hundreds of hours documenting the moments of community and chaos that unfolded in the blocks around his Bushwick rooftop, including flirting through poster boards, socially distanced rock concerts, head-spinning b-boys, and makeshift drag show runways.

BROOKLYN, New York (WABC) — When New York City emerged as the U.S. epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic in March, Brooklyn-based photographer Josh Katz began documenting how quarantined New Yorkers found escapes on their rooftops.

Over three months, Katz spent hundreds of hours documenting the moments of community and chaos […]

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