A Tribute To 9/11 – “Looking On, Watching the Building of the Freedom Tower”

For Earth Below

About two years ago the company I work for was located downtown in the Financial District, not far from the site of the World Trade Towers. For close to three years, I worked on a self motivated project to photograph the visitors to “Ground Zero”. Those visitors also were witnessing the rebuilding of the World Trade Tower, or the Freedom Tower. Part of the project was published on the “Inspired Eye” webzine and caught the attention of Time Magazine, who interviewed me about what I was doing. I have tried many times to see this project published or exhibited, but so far no luck. Maybe fifteen years is still not enough time for this event to be looked at objectively.


Time Magazinehttp://time.com/3329648/photography-world-trade-center-tourists-keith-goldstein/http://time.com/3329648/photography-world-trade-center-tourists-keith-goldstein/

“Every day, thousands of tourists take snapshots of the World Trade Center site in Manhattan’s busy Financial District, where the cloud-piercing One World Trade Center tower…

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Published by Keith Goldstein

Photographer, husband, dad, and passionate cyclist. Lives and works in New York City.

4 thoughts on “A Tribute To 9/11 – “Looking On, Watching the Building of the Freedom Tower”

  1. I just watched the David Muir special about this, the 20th anniversary of 9/11. Your project is so powerful, Keith. Why no one has picked it up is beyond me.

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