• Developing Lives — a participatory photography project where residents living in New York City housing developments are provided with cameras to document their day-to-day lives.
  • 50 Years on the Frontlines — Philip Jones Griffiths, a powerful collection of black&white photographs presented in installation format.
  • Unbroken: Child Photographers Show Lives of Hardship and Hope — putting the cameras into the hands of those who are usually the subjects of photojournalism.
  • MetroCard — the biggest change in the history of New York City transit since Fiorello LaGuardia unified the three subway systems back in 1940.
  • Transit Authority Goes A-Counting Spare Parts — enabling the Transit Authority to keep critical parts on hand and anticipate the demands of special projects.
  • Guide-A-Ride — information system installed at 10,000 New York City bus stops that, at the time, The New York Times called “the one bright spot” in New York’s transit system.