From CityLab:

Gotham City SF” is the creation of photographer Toby Harriman. The idea for the film came to him in 2012 after he became enthralled with a brooding, black-and-white, glossy style of cityscape photography he calls “Gotham.” Since then he has collected the footage, edited it, and set it to a dramatic original cinematic score composed by James Everingham, a young U.K. composer (he was only 14 at the time!).


For a view of recent development in SF you’ve not likely seen, go to 0.58 – another example of the Vancouver style coming to the American city.  We’ll see it in Brooklyn in upcoming posts.