About Tim
Tim Saccenti is a photographer and director based in New York City. His practice fuses his love of experimental art, technology and music. His immersive, futuristic work has made him an in-demand creator for forward thinking clients worldwide. He is one half of creative studio “Setta”, working with curator and artist Dina Chang, with offices in New York City and Los Angeles.
http://www.timothysaccenti.com
Current city: New York
Other cities: Los Angeles
Tim Saccenti is a photographer and director based in New York City. His practice fuses his love of experimental art, technology and music. His immersive, futuristic work has made him an in-demand creator for forward thinking clients worldwide. He is one half of creative studio “Setta”, working with curator and artist Dina Chang, with offices in New York City and Los Angeles.
 
AIR at Summit One is a multi-story, completely immersive environment 91 floors above the street in midtown Manhattan. A stunning, transportive world created by digital and installation artist Kenzo, it is designed to transport you to another world away from the street culture of NYC and into an alternate state of consciousness. Peak time to go is sunset, when the mirrored environment transitions from magic daylight vistas to an internal LED system that removes all sense of time and space.
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A still stunning space, harking back to the 1990s NYC that had fantastic, tasteful boutiques.
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The beauty of the light on the water, with a full view of the changing skyline, always awe inspiring.
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One of the best curated visual art books in New York and the World, with a bent towards a crossover of music/art/psychedelics. A place to feed the art habit, remembering that the greatest images are still locked in books and not online.
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Warm winter holiday vibes all year long, especially during the holidays. A hint of the old NYC where one could be a functioning alcoholic by day and artist by night. Proper characters here, the lore is deep.
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A street party/DJ sound system built out of a shipping container. A little slab of hungover berlin/pregaming Berlin in Brooklyn. Whomever the great DJs in town are you will find them playing a low-key set here for a crowd of less than 50 people. Sunset is magic as there's a straight shot through to Manhattan and the light is perfection.
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Amazingly warm balearic vibes on the main floor with a classic, dark and minimal NYC club in the basement, Balearica is run by a team of music obsessed Irish friends who bring nothing but love to North Williamsburg. The music is always on point and the energy is inclusive and uplifting.
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Chinatown in general, I've lived in chinatown on and off for my entire time in New York and i never tire of it’s textures, smells, artificial lighting and grime. There's some amazing things to happen upon there as you trek about your way, a true city experience. Love this little culture shop Aeon, gems of records, art and ephemera tucked away like most good things are.
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High line at sunset - Obvious choice but still magic.the chaos mixture of vegetation art and perambulation and good excuse to see the shows in Chelsea, the light there end of day in autumn is transportive.
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If you love techno, and I love techno, in all its forms.. this is heaven. Warm wonderful crowd, 100% there to dance and support. Big family vibes, get lost in music.
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Francisco Lopez (born 1974 in Miami, Florida) is a Creative Director, Visual Artist and Filmmaker living in Brooklyn. He graduated from The School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston in 2000. In 2004 Monica Brand and Francisco Lopez founded the multidisciplinary Creative studio “Mogollon” in New York City. Together they have created work for both art and commerce experimenting with virtually every media. Mogollon’s art films and work have been exhibited at PS1MoMA, Centre Pompidou in Paris, Diesel Art Gallery in Tokyo and The Drawing Center in New York.
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