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This Brooklyn-Based Creative Takes Us to His Favorite Spots Across the Bridge

Being born and raised in New York City, blogger Jeremy has many places to talk about—particularly in Brookln. So many places to shoot, but even more places to eat! Below, get to know his favorites.

Jere­my Mitchell is a full time pho­tog­ra­ph­er and blog­ger from Brook­lyn. He works with fash­ion clients like Mr. Porter, Match­es­Fash­ion and Kar­do, how­ev­er he likes ven­ture out onto dif­fer­ent styles of shoot­ing oth­er than fash­ion. Cur­rent­ly Jere­my is work­ing on a per­son­al project that’s allow­ing him to dive into the world of bal­let.

Being born and raised in NY, Jere­my has many places to talk about. So many places to shoot, but even more places to eat! His favorite Jamaican restau­rant called VEE’S for exam­ple, which is locat­ed at 967 Nos­trand Avenue, Brook­lyn.

But there’s so much more to find out about NYC and Jere­my him­self, too! 

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Which crazy mem­o­ry will for­ev­er be con­nect­ed to your favorite district?

I was born and raised in Brook­lyn, NY. Grow­ing up I rarely saw changes in neigh­bor­hoods and com­mu­ni­ties. It’s not until recent years I start­ed notic­ing dra­mat­ic changes all over the city. Its crazy how change can hap­pen so quick­ly and its fun­ny how the areas you would avoid like a plague have become a safe haven for many newcomers.

How do you spend a Sun­day in your district?

Usu­al­ly around this time of year on Sunday’s, after I attend my reli­gious func­tion, I bike over to Brook­lyn Bridge Park and just vibe out. A blan­ket, pen, paper and McDonald’s apple pie sets the mood for me honestly. 

Why does your job per­fect­ly match your city?

Every­thing you need is here. Lit­er­al­ly every­thing. The per­fect back­drops. The peo­ple. Style. Every­thing.

Where do you get inspired?
If I’m not on the inter­net look­ing for inspi­ra­tion or trav­el­ing in search for inspi­ra­tion, I’m prob­a­bly peo­ple watch­ing in Down­town Brook­lyn, Williams­burg or Soho. 

— Every­thing you need is here. Lit­er­al­ly every­thing. The per­fect back­drops. The peo­ple. Style. Everything.

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The best place to peo­ple watch is…

Peo­ple watch­ing is one of my favorite thing — to Down­town Brook­lyn would be my favorite. 

The nicest vin­tage clothes you can find at…

Def­i­nite­ly down­town Brook­lyn. There are vin­tage and thrift shops on every block. I have a bud­dy named Oui­gi who owns a store called The Brook­lyn Cir­cus (@Thebkcircus) on 150 Nevins St. It’s a mix­ture of vin­tage gar­ments as well as mod­ern day pieces. It’s well worth the vis­it; it also smells nice. 

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My urban oasis is…

My urban oasis would be the 1 Hotel at Brook­lyn Bridge locat­ed in Dum­bo. It has every­thing you need for a sol­id sum­mer day. It has a great rooftop bar that over­sees a beau­ti­ful view of the city. A cozy cof­fee shop with a mono­chro­mat­ic inte­ri­or. Three dope bars you want a drink in. A lounged area with occa­sion­al live music from NYC locals. Per­fect for a quick shoot.

When you have to work on your lap­top best go to…

When it’s time to pop out the com­put­er the best place to be would have to be at Dap­per Stu­dios (@DapperStudios). It’s been some time since I’ve been there due to an over­load of work. But that’s nor­mal­ly a place where cre­ative indi­vid­u­als go to get work done. 

The most pho­to­genic place of the city is…

The most pho­to­genic place of the city is Dum­bo. It’s a tourist attrac­tion. 300k vis­i­tors a week. From Wed­dings, engage­ments, grad­u­a­tions to fash­ion edi­to­ri­als. Every­thing is shot there because it’s so cin­e­mat­ic and photogenic. 

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27 Sep 2018 · neubau eyewear