Portraits from the 2018 Red Hook Crit in Brooklyn, NY.
Words by Brendt Barbur and David Trimble
Photography by Harry Zernike
Harry Zernike is a photographer, filmmaker, and cyclist. Past works include: The New York Times, Rapha, The Wall Street Journal, Observer, CBC, Mother Jones, The Climate Reality Project, Perkins Eastman Architects, Transportation Alternatives, Harvard Business Review, Knoll, Rizzoli, Dwell, MGMT Design, Metropolis, Pentagram, Bicycling, Soigneur, and more.
His work has been recognized in the PDN Photo Annual, The Magenta Foundation’s Compendium of the best Canadian Photographers, and awarded the Johnson & Johnson/ICP traveling fellowship. He has exhibited at Jen Bekman and ICP in New York. Harry Zernike's films have screened at 20+ festivals worldwide, including Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, Melbourne Documentary Film Festival, Kendal Mountain Festival, and The Bicycle Film Festival.
Design by Tala Safié
Tala Safié is a graphic designer and art director from Beirut living in Brooklyn. Past works include: AIGA Eye on Design, Sagmeister and Walsh, Cold Cuts Magazine, School of Visual Arts, The Beirut Bar Association, AFAC - The Arab Fund for Arts and Culture, The Danish Refugee Council, and more.
She is currently an art director at the New York Times, focusing on print news design and special projects.
Made with generous support from CLIF Bar
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