In Frame: Adjust Your Focus

The beauty of art is that it can be so personal and communal at the same time.  But before any work of art can be shared, there has to be an inception. A spark.  Something inside that says “there’s more here…”.  Kayy opens up about where she was physically, emotionally and creatively when she snapped “Adjust Your Focus”. 


1000 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10028. 

The Metropolitan Museum of Art. 

The Met Rooftop Bar. 

Currently: Seasonally Closed. Try back later. 


The memories of a photo magically bring you back in an instant. It’s truly a buzzing city-one where you once needed to plan your visits if you were trying to find solace in such places as the Met. Evenings and weekends are for tourists. Weekday afternoons, however, are often reserved for New York natives. A hotdog on the steps followed by a cocktail on the roof on a Tuesday afternoon playing hooky from work. 


Imagine this: sweeping views of the city, the sun glistening over Central Park, not a mask in sight—and safely so. Pre-pandemic (or post, if that’s where your daydream takes you while enjoying the beauty of the moment). 

It’ll be bustling and electric and we’ll be yearning for silent moments again before we know it. Hear that silence? Enjoy it while it lasts. Adjust your focus.

February 07, 2021 — Jessie Mastronardi

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