• September 1, 2018By Aly Balakareva

    Over the years, texting has become an intimate practice, just like journaling or even venting to someone on the phone late at night. It is obvious that no-one wants their texts read, but is it that easy to try and look away when somebody’s thoughts are being spilt out right in front of you? This

  • July 20, 2018By Beth Haze

    The 13th of June, I went to a march outside of the Congress of the Argentine Nation where 255 deputies were gathered to vote for the bill that would decriminalize abortion. The area was divided in two: The “ProVida” side, that’s represented by the color blue and it’s against the legislation and the “ProLegislation” side that’s

  • May 28, 2018By Sofia Casamassa

    Sarah Bahbah is a 26-year-old, Australian-born, Palestinian artist and photographer known for her exploration of the inner dialogue of young women in her art. She got her start in advertisement and fashion photography before moving on to photographing music festivals. Bahbah claims that her passion for photography blossomed as she was capturing artists in their

  • March 1, 2018By Alexine Castillo Yap

    February 24th, 2017: famed Chinese photographer and poet Ren Hang took his own life, and the art world was never the same. He was only 29 years old. On his website, Ren had frequently been updating a section called “My Depression“, where he openly discussed his longstanding battle with the mental illness (English translations of

  • December 29, 2017By Sameet Mann

    THE YEAR IN PHOTOS 2017 JANUARY WASHINGTON, Jan. 20 Chang W. Lee/NYT On his inauguration day, President-Elect Trump makes his entrance at the Capitol. WASHINGTON, D.C., Jan. 21 Sarah Voisin/The Washington Post Across Aisha Bain’s face are names of African Americans who died because of violence. She marched with Move to End Violence, an organization focusing

  • December 6, 2017By zay syed

    I have not found my greatest purpose in life yet, but I believe I am almost there. Yesterday, my purpose was sleeping. Two days back, it was more sleeping. I can’t really speak on behalf of what I will have for tomorrow, but I believe that today, my purpose is reminiscing. I wish to leave

  • November 28, 2017By Evelyn Atieno

    Evelyn Atieno Malajah Iman Nixon Tells Stories With Her Photos Malajah Iman Nixon is an 18 years old photographer from Texas Where are you from? Dallas is mostly where I shoot (30 mins away from my home). In Dallas theres a place called deep Ellum where its known for its  graffiti ,street murals, art galleries

  • November 23, 2017By Huda Z

    I had recently travelled to Iraq for a pilgrimage trip to participate in this year’s Annual Arbaeen Walk. If you don’t know about the Arbaeen Walk yet, go check out my article on Affinity Magazine’s main website here. I took my DSLR with me, so here are some photos I took as well as a

  • November 18, 2017By Martina Rexrode

    Photography has been a big part of my life for around four years now; the aspect of freezing a moment in time and capturing it forever will never fail to keep me interested. Recently, my mom purchased some 35mm film for her old film camera that has been sitting on my bookshelf collecting dust. A

  • November 15, 2017By Marlow Saucier

    Marcos Alberti, a Brazilian photographer, is known for his daring movements in pieces reflecting the problems of our modern society through his artwork. He has been recognized for last year’s “3 Glasses” project, exhibiting the before and after style of documenting drinking alcohol in moderation. His newest project is one set out to break down

  • October 22, 2017By Alina Sparks

    I have always loved traveling, leaving my life behind, and adopting a new persona. I am euphoric when I venture to a place that I no longer feel trapped in or restricted by the judgment and expectations of those I know. Immersing myself in a new world is simply magical. When it is over, I

  • October 2, 2017By Paola Fernandez

    Previously, I spoke about my experience when I first arrived to Cuba and the various tourist spots I had the chance to visit. This is going to be a continuation of that but slightly different. The second week I was in Cuba, I spent it with my maternal family members. They lived a bit farther