Sam Horine is a photographer and educator based in New York City. He's a regular explorer of forgotten, abandoned and under-appreciated places. He has contributed to publications including NY Magazine, Time Out New York, The Village Voice and Gothamist and spent time as an adjunct instructor at NYU.
Sam's work has been published by The New York Times, Frieze, Art Forum, Death & Taxes, Spin, Rolling Stone, AM New York, Il Magazine, Art in America, Impose, The L Magazine and many others. He has exhibited in group exhibitions at the Brooklyn Museum, The Queens Museum of Art and the New Museum, he recently helped raise over $20k for hurricane Sandy relief at the Foley Gallery on the Lower East Side.
Some clients include: The NY Rangers, Delta Airlines, NBC/Universal, Volvo Ocean Racing, Tourism boards from Denmark, Iceland, Canada, Israel, Turkey, Sante Fe, New York State & The Faroe Islands, American Rag, The Robin Hood Foundation, Cynthia Rowley, Sony Electronics, The TriBeCa Film Festival, Nike Running, Canon, Remy Martin, Chivas Regal, Macy's, Hugo Boss, IBM, Verizon, Ebay, Heineken, Converse, The Lincoln Motor Company, GMC, Chevrolet, Volvo, T-Mobile, American Express, Absolut, Carnival, Armani, National Geographic & Leica Camera.