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A handful of ‘temporary’ New Yorkers hailing from New Zealand and Australia lend us their perspective of what it is like to live in NYC, the city that never sleeps.  

To set the tone is a video by CONVICTS NYC , a digital media brand founded by Australians living in the USA. This video is all the New York feels.

 

JESSICCA LAWSON:

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Job/jobs: “3rd Grade Teacher on the Upper East Side”

Favourite Spot: “Would have to be Central Park – especially before 7am where you feel like you are the only one in one of the biggest cities (it has been a lifesaver in terms of escaping the hustle) but in saying that you can’t beat a good rooftop bar at sunset”

One sentence to describe your NYC experience: “I underestimated how hard it would be living in one of the dreamiest cities in the world but I think it is the challenge that makes it one of the best places to learn the most about yourself and get outside your comfort zone.”

One word to describe the city: “Intense”

 

CAITLIN CLARKE:

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Job/jobs: “Babysitter, Project Manager at an Ad Agency, now Studio Manager at a Production Company in Williamsburg”

Favourite Spot: “Fave Bar: Skinny Dennis, Fave Restaurant: Momo Sushi Shack or La Esquina, Fave Outdoor Location: Prospect Park”

One sentence to describe your NYC experience: “My New York experience has been a rollercoaster ride of highs, lows, crowds, bagels, beers and lots of new opportunities and experiences. You never know what is going to be (literally and figuratively) around the next corner and if you’re open to the unknown, you’ll have a great time and learn a lot about the world along the way.”

One word to describe the city: “Colourful – community walls, street vendor carts, and a loud and proud melting pot of cultures”

 

MIN EVANS:

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Job/jobs: “Server/Café Manager for Bluestone Lane”

Favourite Spot: “The waterfront in Williamsburg overlooking Manhattan”

One sentence to describe your NYC experience: “My NYC experience was everything I didn’t expect, a crazy whirlwind that felt like an escape from reality”

One word to describe the city: “Everything”

 

 

FREYJA KARL-CROOKS

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Job/jobs: “All hospo related (Barista, host, cocktail waitress, part time modelling)”

Favourite Spot: “Too many great places.. probably waterfront in DUMBO looking at city on sunset”

One sentence to describe your NYC experience: “That moment when you are on the subway and reflect that you have made it in NYC”

One word to describe the city: “Full”

 

MADELINE KING

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Job/jobs: “Bluestone Lane & Ruby’s Café in Soho”

Favourite Spot: “So many! Washington Square Park, the streets of Soho, New York Public Library, Devocion (amazing coffee place), Benny’s Burritos, Ost Café was my local for ages so it’s sentimental, Sprout Williamsburg, Pier 1 Brooklyn, Y7 (you have to take a class here), New York Pilates, Spanail, I could go on like this all day”

One sentence to describe your NYC experience: “New York is a love hate city; it’s a place where you experience your highest high’s and lowest lows – but it is so worth it”

One word to describe the city: ”Transient”

 

CHARLES CHRISTIE:

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Job/jobs: “I’ve been working in the advertising industry here for the last 2 and a half years. I started off at WPP’s Johannes Leonardo working on the TripAdvisor, Google and Trident accounts. Recently I’ve transitioned to work at Rauxa, an independently owned agency, working on Verizon Fios.”

Favourite Spot: “I guess it depends on how I’m feeling. During summer, rooftops bars in Brooklyn such as; The Whythe, Berry Park & Northern Territory are pretty hard to beat. However Central Park is always a good place to try and get away from the craziness of the city and have some downtime.”

One sentence to describe your NYC experience: “Work hard, play hard… is that even a sentence?”

One word to describe the city: “Diverse”

 

MICHAEL JOKOVICH

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Job/jobs: “Arrived in March without a job and after a month I decided it was time to get back into routine and start making some money. First job was a server at Bluestone Lane, then went onto Ruby’s Café over summer as a server. In October I moved to Dudleys as General Manager”

Favourite Spot: “Williamsburg”

One sentence to describe your NYC experience: “The most challenging, tiring and rewarding year of my life”

One word to describe the city: “Relentless”

 

ANGELLE MILLS-SMITH

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Job/jobs: “Worked at Bluestone Lane for 1 months as floor staff, event and training manager and then Event Manager”

Favourite Spot: “Impossible to choose but I would have to easy Eataly or Sheeps Meadow”

One word to describe the city: “Everything”

 

 

 

 

GRETA CERVIN

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Job/jobs: “Account Manager at DDB; then Post Production Producer for Commercials”

Favourite Spot: “Wandering the streets downtown”

One sentence to describe your NYC experience: “New York exceeded any dreams and expectations”

One word to describe the city: “Unreal”

 

 

 

HARRIET DORRINGTON

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Job/jobs: “I worked most of the year as a district relations associate at BrainPop (education technology company). The rest of the year I temped at a variety of different companies. Most of the time was spent at an American fashion brand, proving to me that The Devil Wears Prada is a very accurate description of what it’s like to work in fashion in NYC.”

Favourite Spot: “Washington Square Park – always so much going on! Or the rooftop of my old apartment.”

One sentence to describe your NYC experience: “Alicia Keys was on point with her lyrics “street lights, big dreams all looking pretty. No place in the world that could compare.”

One word to describe the city: “Resilient”

 

TOM LAWSON

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Job/jobs: “Risk Consulting Analyst”

Favourite Spot: “Trader Joes. Closely followed by Central Park on a crisp autumn day.”

One sentence to describe your NYC experience: “The experience has been so enriching and eye-opening; it has made me see the world in a new light and really appreciate what we stand for in NZ and how lucky we are.”

One word to describe the city: “Turbo-charged”

 

JAI LOTT

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Job/jobs: “Coffee Director at Bluestone Lane”

Favourite Spot: “Washington Square Park”

One sentence to describe your NYC experience: “Addictively challenging while being incredibly inspirational”

One word to describe the city: “Immense”

 

 

 

JANE PANKHURST

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Job/jobs: “Worked for a temp agency which meant I did a range of jobs in the corporate world”

Favourite Spot: “Shit that’s tough, so many good spots for different occasions and sort of depends on the season, but Central Park is always a good one”

One sentence to describe your NYC experience: “It was intense and surreal to work and live in NYC”

One word to describe the city: “Hectic”

 

JAMES SLEZAK

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Job/jobs: “Worked at a social agency called Purpose, then working on the business side at NY Times doing strategy and digital operations”

Favourite Spot: “Hmm I love McCarren Park. But I also love Washington Square Park. And I love a lot of different rooftops”

One sentence to describe your NYC experience: “I was really excited about New York City for years and it felt magical but in recent years the love has aged and become a kind of familiar fondness”

One word to describe the city: “Hustlin”

 

 

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ALEX BEVERLEY

Job/jobs: “Project Manager / Producer at a Digital Design Agency”

Favourite Spot: “Central Park and Top of the Rock to be cliche. I would go there to get away from the busyness of the streets! But in terms of bars/restaurants etc, Lovely Day for local cheap eats, Happy Bones or Bluestone Lane for coffee, Mr Purple, Whythe Hotel and Le Bain for rooftop drinks, ABC Kitchen and La Esquina”

One sentence to describe your NYC experience: “New York is exhilarating and exciting and can sometimes be a bit of a sensory overload, but that’s the beauty of it, it’s one big giant melting pot of diversity”

One word to describe the city: “That’s a hard one, maybe ever-changing? Or exhilarating. Or exciting.”

 

AVALON KARL-CROOKS

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Job/jobs: “Having lived and worked in NYC on and off the past few years it’s always made sense to me to work in hospitality. It’s one of the best ways to get to know your city. The constant chit chat and interactions with customers and clients provides a massive window of opportunity to learn about the big hot spots for other great food, wine and of course coffee! Between the people you work with (who turn into family) and the customers you befriend who make you want to go to work  each day the places to go, concerts to check out, night markets to hit, boutiques to window shop and the best places to get cheap beer on a Wednesday night with a view. It quickly takes up pages on your “To Do List NYC” for all the right reasons.

One of my first ever jobs in the Big Apple was actually working at a small coffee and bagel store on Franklin Avenue in Brooklyn. It was situated right by the subway shoot and was absolutely pumping with customers each and every morning as they rushed into the city at the crack of dawn. A pipping hot cuppa coffee and some of he freshest bagels I have ever eaten was happily my life there for a while. Working there really opened my eyes to a side of Brooklyn that I hadn’t really expected and had broken a lot of pretenses that had been built in my head by others when I originally first moved there. Instead of being this rough, disjointed and unfriendly place it was an exciting, fun playground of places to explore and the people that I met there helped me see the beauty and uniqueness of what Brooklyn really was. And it was exactly what you made of it. It offers such a diverse selection of places to go depending on your mood and or needs. From beautiful afternoons in the park, Saturdays at the markets and beers on a Monday night when you were feeling the weekend blues. Brooklyn had it all and I jumped right in!

My most recent job was working for an Australian Company which actually took me outside of the city gates to Montauk “The End of the World”. After serving up Rose on Sundays the previous summer at one of their trendiest venues and biggest hot spots in the West Village for the season I was ready to take on their next big project. I ended up exactly where any young Aussie girl wants to be – on the beach! After helping do the final touches and set up of the company’s newest location for the summer. I not only sweated but worked my little toosh off managing the team and setting up the location for the best possible summer ever. The team became family and the locals our tour guides as we served up iced coffees like there was no tomorrow.”

Favourite Spot:

“One of my favourite spots in NYC would have to be Washington Square Park. Sitting around the fountain watching the skateboarders kick flick around the “No Skating” signs listening to whichever street musicians harmonies drifted through the air. Drinking coffee on the grass and catching as many rays of sunshine as possible with your mates. Probably just after finishing a shift at one of the local coffee shops planning which Raman bar to check out before hitting up the bars over the course of the evening. Rain, wind, sunshine or snow it’s always been one of my favourite spots to go. Whether I sit and people watch by myself and let my brain wander off or share the park with the rest of the city and my mates. It’s a happy place for any kind of mood or weather.”

One sentence to describe your NYC experience:

“NYC is the adventure of a lifetime – it’s the article you read about in the paper back home except it’s your reality and it’s anything you want to be”

One word to describe the city:

“Full”

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