Matthew Greene studied architecture at New York Institute of Technology. He considers himself to be a realist, and tries to capture more than the physical structure of a building or landscape, by finding the essence of a subject, as it speaks for itself as a metaphor for the abandonment, neglect and alienation of modern life.

The Metropolitan

Poison

Laurel Hill

Goldtex

Ashbury park

Some photography works:

Masonic Temple, Scranton

Ashbury Park

Collage

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