A serious-minded explorer not only of unused, forgotten, and ignored spaces in the modern metropolis, Duncan is also fascinated by the ways our cities absorb and transform natural waterways, diverting rivers and streams into subterranean tunnels and sewers.
Thanks to over a decade of exploring - much of it spent deep below his hometown of NYC - and a keen photographic eye, Duncan has become one of the most knowledgeable ambassadors for urban exploration. His photographs from deep below (and high above) New York and London offer an interesting comparison of these two metropolises. Both sets of images feature similar structures but the differences in age between the cities not only changes the visual feel of his photographs, but highlight how these two places developed over time.
A few of our favorite shots are below:
New York City