A native of New York, Guy Greenberg started photographing the city at age twelve. As a teenager, he left photography for interests in music and filmmaking. Guy returned to taking pictures in 2014, more than twenty years later. He has since committed to an ongoing practice of street photography in New York and other cities he's wandered. Last year Guy worked in rural Ethiopia photographing the coffee trade and a public health initiative for Think Coffee. He holds a BA from the New School for Public Engagement, where his studies centered around sociology, oral history, and other forms of documentation. His work has been shown in Diner Journal and Think Coffee locations.

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