About Nadya
Nadya Wasylko is a New York based fashion and portrait photographer with a love for color and luscious, beautiful moments. Her photography has been published in New York Magazine, Dazed & Confused, Photo District News, The Guardian UK, Soma, Fiasco, Gloss and Bullett magazines, and featured on several publications including LINE a journal, Dazed Digital, The Ones2Watch, and the New York Times Style Blog.
http://www.nadyawasylko.com
Current city: New York
Nadya Wasylko is a New York based fashion and portrait photographer with a love for color and luscious, beautiful moments. Her photography has been published in New York Magazine, Dazed & Confused, Photo District News, The Guardian UK, Soma, Fiasco, Gloss and Bullett magazines, and featured on several publications including LINE a journal, Dazed Digital, The Ones2Watch, and the New York Times Style Blog.
 
A gorgeous place to wander and explore, especially during cherry blossom season when the colonnade of soft pink cherry trees are in full bloom on the esplanade. I’m also a big fan of the tropical and desert gardens.
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Only a 40-minute subway ride from my apartment and a world unto itself, Coney Island is always a new experience and like seaside weather, it’s always different. I stumbled upon this kite festival one grey fall afternoon. Other visits have yielded dance parties on the boardwalk, roller coaster rides, shandies in plastic cups on the beach, a trip to "Little Odessa", and a myriad of interesting characters and experiences.
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I often run to this place and I love this perspective on glittering Manhattan and the feeling of coolness in the air from being so close to the water. To sweat and breathe and see this view of New York gives me a sense of being in this great City.
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The rooftop garden at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The museum floors below are a maze of tremendous art and inspiration, and taking the elevator to the rooftop garden is the icing on the cake. 360' views of verdant green Central Park bordered by cool glass and steel of Manhattan's cityscape in the distance.
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Originally named the New York State Theater and designed by Phillip Johnson in the 60’s, this building has been home to both the New York City Ballet and New York City Opera since its opening. This is a view of the promenade at intermission, during a ballet performance celebrating the birthday of George Balanchine.
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