Meet the Photographer Taking Intimate Portraits of Queer Asian Nightlife in NYC – Broadly

by Leila Ettachfini

For Brooklyn-based photographer Aki Kame, work doesn’t end when nightlife begins. When they moved to New York at age 26, Kame found a community—and subject matter—in the local queer, Asian nightlife scene, where they began photographing their friends having a good time in spaces made specifically for LGBTQ people of color…

Reblogged from Broadly

Image courtesy of Vice/Aki Kame

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