New York is bookended by two iconic buildings magnificently summarizes New York’s spirit in Jerry Driendl’s breathtaking “New York, New York.” Dedicated to portraying the world from obscure perspectives, Driendl has hiked, canoed, rollerbladed and flown to ideal locations, even waiting 21 days in a row for the perfect shot. Driendl, whose work appears regularly in magazines, movies and TV shows, is a top stock photographer whose work has been represented for 10 years by Getty Images, the National Geographic Society and Panoramic Images.
Jerry Driendl’s breathtaking panoramas and aerial photos capture the unique essence of cities in the United States and Europe. Driendl provides rare views of the world achieved through canoeing, flying, hiking and perching atop high-rises in war-zones. Often capturing the same place in successive years, Driendl has camped overnight and waited almost three weeks in one location for the perfect shot. Driendl has been a top stock photographer for over a decade with Getty Images, the National Geographic Society and Panoramic Images, and his work appears regularly in magazines, TV shows and movies.