A new exhibit in Brooklyn recounts the devastation of Hurricane Sandy through black-and-white photography.
The exhibit opened last Friday at the Kings County Distillery.
Photographer Pari Dukovic chronicled the storm for the New Yorker.
He followed the early stages of the destruction to the early stages of rebuilding.
"I think it's very important to remember how everybody really got together during that time to really power through all the damage, and how everybody was volunteering to help each other," Dukovic said. "And even after I finished shooting this project, I wanted to volunteer and help people."
The proceeds of all print sales will go to the Brooklyn Recovery Fund.
The exhibit is free and runs until November 2.