TIFA 2022 Editorial / Photo Essay

Vanishing Storefronts

  • Prize
    Bronze in Editorial/Photo Essay
  • Photographer
    Elizabeth Holmes
  • Agency / Studio
    Elizabeth Holmes
  • Photo Date

Vanishing storefronts provide a visual connection to a neighborhood’s history and sense of place. I have selected several storefronts from my series on Vanishing Storefronts in New York City that reflect the character and sense of history of their neighborhoods.

Elizabeth Holmes is a New York based fine art photographer specializing in architecture, street and landscape photography. She holds a Bachelor’s degree from Fordham University and studied photography at the International Center of Photography, The New School, LaGuardia Community College and The Center for Photography at Woodstock.  Inspired by her desire to discover places with a strong sense of place, she has photographed iconic scenes along Route 66, the coastal beauty of Long Island’s East End, architectural treasures found in urban landscapes, and vanishing New York City storefronts.