From Frank Lentini of Bike Jumble:
Sunday November 15th, 2009
11:00am – 3:00pm
336 3rd St, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Continuing to celebrate NYCâ€™s unique cycling culture, The New York Bike Jumble has once again partnered with Brooklynâ€™s The Old Stone House to chronicle the new generation of urban riders.
On Sunday, November 15th from 11:00am – 3:00pm at The Old Stone House, professional photographer Keiko Niwa will photograph cyclists alongside their bikes. Along with receiving a hi-res image for personal use, cyclists can also be profiled on the New York Bike Jumble website showing off their bike and telling others why they choose to ride.
Bike commuters, recreational cyclists and families are invited to have their picture taken and record your beloved bike, memorialize your adventures or even have a picture taken for insurance purposes. Whatever the reason, weâ€™ll take that picture for FREE!
NY Bike Jumble founder Harry Schwartzman will be on hand to answer questions about bike maintenance and finding great deals on new and used bikes. We will also have free homemade cookies!
See you there!
Contact: Frank Lentini, 917.699.5450 / email@example.com
About Keiko Niwa
Keiko Niwa has been making photos for over 10 years. She comes from a family of photographers and grew up surrounded by photography in her fathersâ€™ studio in NYC. Keiko started her career in commercial still life photography and soon realized her passions lay photographing real life and not still life. She has expanded into weddings, events and child photography. Her work has been published on multiple popular wedding blogs, print ads and catalogues. Keiko’s photographic interests are always expanding and evolving. Visit her website and blog for updated work: www.keikoniwaphotography.com
About the Old Stone House
The Old Stone House is a modern reconstruction of the Vechte-Cortelyou House, a 1699 Dutch stone farmhouse with important ties to American history. Today, the Old Stone House is operated as a historic interpretive center dedicated to its crucial role in the American Revolution and in the evolving histories of Brooklyn, New York and the United States. The Old Stone House serves as a dynamic community resource through its education programs and events. In addition to historical exhibits open to the public, the House is available by appointment for tours, classes and rentals.
For more information, please visit: www.theoldstonehouse.org