Even my 8 year daughter ranks my pizza second, first being Grimaldi's.
No offense, but if you aren't beating out Grimaldi's, it's time to put your nose to the grindstone and work on your home pies. Where's your bake time at? What flour are you using? Thickness factor?
It's not NY style, and Greenpoint is a bit of a commute from five towns, but Paulie Gee's has been known to hire motivated and passionate amateurs with little to no experience. He's been grooming partners for a big nationwide expansion for quite some time, and that still might be going on, but he might be able to take you on for a couple hours a week.
You can drop him a line here:http://pauliegee.com/greenpoint/employment
Definitely mention your participation in this forum. Paulie is one of those rare exceptions to the mistrusting pizzeria owner rule- rather than fearing smart obsessive people, he trains them and partners with them. Paulie is also a really great guy and knows/is friends with EVERYONE. If you told him your situation, perhaps, even if he couldn't give you time at his shop, maybe he could find someone else in the area.
Speaking of Grimaldi's... I believe Craig knows one of the senior people at Juliana's and might be able to put a good word in for you. Maybe. I think you'd probably learn a thing or two there.
If I owned a shop and saw the pie you made herehttp://www.pizzamaking.com/forum/index.php/topic,28672.msg289453.html#msg289453
I'd hire you, but, since it's pretty well known that Paulie hires people without experience, I have no doubt that he's probably got a lot of people knocking on his door. In addition, Craig is an incredibly nice guy, but I can't make any promises that he'd vouch for you with this friend. This may come off as a bit blunt, but it wouldn't hurt at all to get some more flattering (read: color correct) shots of your work. If you're walking into pizzerias talking to pizzeria owners, that's one thing, but if you're dealing with people online, your photos are your resume, and it can't hurt to have them picture perfect.