New York’s Photographer, Bill Cunningham

Bill Cunningham’s 38-year career with the New York Times will stand as one of the most unique and influential in photojournalism. Informally called the NYT‘s “artist in residence,” Cunningham quite literally told stories with images. Famed for catching the heart of both high fashion and the common man, he was a tireless worker and his bike and him were a cherished part of the city. The Times collected some insightful anecdotes from coworkers of what it was like to work with Cunningham, who comes across as a control freak who nevertheless enjoyed collaboration.

Working With Bill Cunningham, 7.2.16