Eddie Williams photograph capture the daily life of the bike messengers of New York City. A publication of more than 400 photographs taken in the course of almost twenty years by the messenger and photographer Eddie Williams (1963), who began working as a bicycle messenger in 1984. Two years later, he began to take photographs of this environment. Besides acting as a messenger and focusing on photography, he also directed the Nayak Gallery in Brooklyn. The book is a picture of a profession that has become part of the iconography of the city of the skyscrapers.