Having your home city named as the second most expensive in the country may not seem like reason to celebrate… but Dalton Lewis sees the bright side. That city is Brooklyn, and as far as Lewis is concerned it’s a sign that Brooklyn is where it’s at.

“The hipsters, creators, thinkers and doers, have left the downtown scene of Manhattan,” says Lewis, adding that they’ve taken up residence in Brooklyn’s exploding neighborhoods. “Hitting the streets one can feel the vibrant vibe, the intense energy and the essence of urban cool not found anywhere else on the planet.”

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Brooklyn Is Where It's At by Dalton Louis
Brooklyn Is Where It's At by Dalton Louis
Brooklyn Is Where It's At by Dalton Louis
Brooklyn Is Where It's At by Dalton Louis
Brooklyn Is Where It's At by Dalton Louis
Brooklyn Is Where It's At by Dalton Louis
Brooklyn Is Where It's At by Dalton Louis
Brooklyn Is Where It's At by Dalton Louis
Brooklyn Is Where It's At by Dalton Louis
Brooklyn Is Where It's At by Dalton Louis
Brooklyn Is Where It's At by Dalton Louis
Brooklyn Is Where It's At by Dalton Louis
Brooklyn Is Where It's At by Dalton Louis
Brooklyn Is Where It's At by Dalton Louis
Brooklyn Is Where It's At by Dalton Louis
Brooklyn Is Where It's At by Dalton Louis

That energy and vibe were captured by Lewis in his latest shoot Brooklyn Is Where It’s At. With fun styling by Raymond Gee that flits between vintage-Gothic and vibrantly retro, it’s hard to disagree.

You can view the full shoot by Dalton Louis (daltonlouisphotography.webs.com) by clicking on the thumbnails.

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