“That's My Girl!”
Archival inkjet print
14 x 25 in | 36 x 64 cm (unframed dimensions)
2017
Edition of 9
$2,000

Apr 17, 2017 at 7:56am

I am the father of two daughters and saw thousands of people shooting The Bull with the Girl. I used the wide angle lens as an equalizer, showing her strength and determination.
“Wait a Minute...”
Archival inkjet print
17 x 31 in | 43 x 79 cm (unframed dimensions)
2018
Edition of 9
$2,500

Nov 29, 2018 at 2:31pm

One of the inspirations for my coining the term “Perflection” in the first place. I was forced to see things from a different perspective, a catalytic element of my Life’s Journey.
“Wait a Minute... You Too?”
Archival inkjet print
12 x 21 in | 30 x 53 cm (unframed dimensions)
2020
Edition of 9
$1,500

Jun 4, 2020 at 6:40am

Flipping the Script” makes one think again. The best PerFlections are the ones that gave me pause, forcing me to reflect in the moment.
“Partly Cloudy or Partly Sunny? ”
Archival inkjet print
17 x 31 in | 43 x 79 cm (unframed dimensions)
2020
Edition of 9
$2,500

Apr 17, 2017 at 7:56am

The view of Brooklyn is rarely shot by most photographers as the lure of Manhattan is so strong. This vison forced me off of My Trusty Steed (’91 Cannondale Urban Assault Vehicle) and made me take the picture.
“Misplaced ”
Archival inkjet print
17 x 31 in | 43 x 79 cm (unframed dimensions)
2019
Edition of 9
$2,500

Sep 13, 2019 at 6:47am

So it seemed to me. The Brooklyn Bridge is an iconic image but is always shot from the same places with the same perspectives. Not this time!
“City Waves: Good Morning ”
Archival inkjet print
26 x 40 in | 66 x 102 cm (unframed dimensions)
2018
Edition of 9
$3,000

May 6, 2018 at 8:15am

Like I said. In this case, a ferry had just passed roiling the waters just enough to create PerFlection.
“Bubbles Make People Happy”
Archival inkjet print
19 x 34 in | 48 x 86 cm (unframed dimensions)
2018
Edition of 9
$2,500

March 2018 at 3:32pm

It ain’t just kids. I always marvel at the responses of Grown-ups when the Bubble Masters of Central ark do their thing.
“Sky's Aflame”
Archival inkjet print
26 x 40 in | 66 x 102 cm (unframed dimensions)
2013
Edition of 9
$3,000

May 10, 2016 at 1:33pm

Looking out the window from the Northeast corner of the Bronx, this image really captured itself. It serves as a “Rorschach test” for my mood.
“Picket Fence”
Archival inkjet print
26 x 40 in | 66 x 102 cm (unframed dimensions)
2016
Edition of 9
$3,000

Jan 6, 2016 at 12:31am

First Take. Every other attempt wobbled.
“The Interview”
Archival inkjet print
19 x 35 in | 48 x 89 cm (unframed dimensions)
2017
Edition of 9
$2,500

Mar 13, 2017 at 5:17pm

Went great. Was heading home and saw this guy walking by. Life is complex.
“Distant Shore”
Archival inkjet print
19 x 35 in | 48 x 89 cm (unframed dimensions)
2017
Edition of 9
$2,500

Apr 16, 2017 at 8:09am

The waters are rarely calm at this time of day. Very lucky that I am a morning person.
“My Hometown Is...”
Archival inkjet print
19 x 35 in | 48 x 89 cm (unframed dimensions)
2016
Edition of 9
$2,500

May 10, 2016 at 1:33pm

Captions are rare when shooting on the streets of NYC. Looked at this and thought “Thank you!”
“Refracted Liberty”
Archival inkjet print
19 x 35 in | 48 x 89 cm (unframed dimensions)
2015
Edition of 9
$2,500

Nov 23, 2015 at 3:42pm

This is real, not a multi-layered digital composition. I still have trouble deciphering what’s what and I was there.
“Pollinatin' Twins”
Archival inkjet print
26 x 40 in | 66 x 102 cm (unframed dimensions)
2017
Edition of 9
$2,500

Oct 21, 2017 at 2:35pm

Fueling up for the return flight to Mexico.
“NYC Clearing: Thanks Antony ”
Archival inkjet print
17 x 31 in | 43 x 79 cm (unframed dimensions)
2020
Edition of 9
$2,500

Feb 26, 2020 at 8:05am

Took many pictures of New York City Clearing, a public art exhibition by Antony Gormley in Brooklyn Bridge Park. This one spoke to me.
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Paul Mondesire’s passion for photography began in the age of “Instamatic” cameras in the 60s, continuing through the years with an eye for capturing things that others don’t see. Shooting first with a vintage Canon Range Finder, moving up to Pentax (Spotmatic F and MX) and then Nikon (FE2 and D3200), he found the evolution of Smartphone technology opened up the world in unexpected ways. Having a camera in pocket all the time was a game changer. Composition counts. And as resolution improves more eyes will open to opportunities to create new visions of reality. 

Professionally, Paul worked in the media for almost 20 before transitioning into the non-profit arena. He has over 15 years of development, communications, and government relations experience focused on fundraising, strategic planning, and business development in that sector. 

Currently, he is a Community Relations and Safety Consultant for the micro-mobility industry (e-Bikes/e-Scooters) developing safe and sustainable alternative transportation options for cities, relieving pressure on the overburdened infrastructure, as well as nonprofit development and communications.