New Orleans
Neighborhood Portraits

The Bywater

“Bywater is a local historic district with its rich history still evident today. Creole cottages, Victorian doubles, and Greek Revival and Italianate townhouses flavor the neighborhood.” (from The New Orleans Data Center)

[Interview texts in preparation]

Ashley and her roommates

View of the Mississippi River from Crescent Park, overlooking the old docks

Trey

Frady's, a local corner store for 45 years

Outside Frady's

Inside Frady's

Frady's at night

Brandy

Getting ready for Halloween

In Halloween makeup

At the Bargain Center vintage store

A Wedding

In town for a wedding

New Orleans photographer, Zack Smith, at work

In town for Halloween and Voodoo Fest

Concert-goers at the Marigny Opera House

Weddings at Halloween

At Euclid Records

Vacationers

Homeowners

At Bud Rips

At the Sea Cave Arcade

Note. These photo portraits cannot represent the whole range of views in a neighborhood. My survey research tries to do that (see my home page). But I think that these photo portraits express views that are widespread in a neighborhood. This is due to the methodology. Qualitative work like these photo pages has more depth, while quantitative work like surveys has more breadth. Both are valuable, and if you want to know more about a neighborhood, you should try to learn about both.

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