Young Photographer Sean Vegezzi Explores Underground NYC in "I Don't Warna Grow Up"

Gary Pini
That mob outside of The Hole Shop on the Bowery last Friday were gathered there for a book signing. New York City photographer Sean Vegezzi was celebrating the release of his first book, I Don't Warna Grow Up, and only wanted to show that he hadn't quite done it yet. Grown up, that is. The 21-year-old got started working part time for Annie Leibovitz and spent the last 5 years documenting locations (aka trespassing) in an urban world that's seldom seen.  Here's a little taste.

Photo of The Hole opening from Sean Veggezi.

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