• September 14, 2017By Paola Fernandez

    You are probably wondering why I traveled to Cuba out of all the magnificent places in the world. You see, I have never gotten the chance to meet my extended family from my paternal and maternal side. The only family I have known in the U.S. was my mom, dad, aunt, maternal grandma, aunt and

  • September 3, 2017By Beth Haze

    Ever since I was little, I have been captivated by New York City. I’ve dreamed that I would study, move and stay there forever. When I was fifteen, I had my first chance to actually be there — I became even more enamored than before. Here are some of the photos I took over the course

  • August 31, 2017By Rita Nguyen

    The capital of England was never the first thing that popped into mind when being asked, “What country would you like to go to?” During my family’s trip to France this past July, we spent an unexpected three days in London due to a spur of the moment decision. I was very pleasantly surprised when

  • August 27, 2017By Olga Wiktoria

    Spain is an overwhelmingly beautiful country. With its architecture, history and culture, it swept me off my feet. I received a scholarship to study abroad in Madrid for four weeks over the past summer where I immersed myself into Spanish culture and daily life with Spanish classes and strolls through the city centre. From celebrating

  • July 30, 2017By Michelle kitange

    Selah Marie, a 24-year-old self-taught photographer from the state of Virginia has created her own little protégé… her 5-year-old son Jayden (@lilvisual on instagram). Selah introduced her son to professional photography by bringing Jayden along to her photo-shoots at the mere age of 3! The talented 5-year-old Jayden (that’s right – FIVE) first picked up a

  • July 28, 2017By Rita Nguyen

    This July, I had the privilege of going to Paris, France to meet up with my family for vacation. I had never been to Europe before this trip and had no idea what to expect. Although the media portrays Paris as, “The City of Love,” It wasn’t The Eiffel Tower or other monuments that I

  • July 18, 2017By Carly Matsui

    The iconic symbol of the LGBTQ+ community is the rainbow, so I thought it was only fitting to photograph them in color film. Over the course of two days at the Miami Beach Gay Pride festival and parade, I used my Pentax K1000 and some Kodak Ultramax film to shoot street photography. These seven photos only reflect

  • July 3, 2017By Rian Smith

    Meet Isaiah. Isaiah Sutton, better known as “suttondef” or his photography hashtag #picsbydef, is a 21-year-old photographer from Waldorf, MD. He grew up with a natural passion for all things media whether it be videos, photography, or music. He started his photography in late 2016 and recently has been gaining a lot of attention for

  • June 25, 2017By Cassandra Kuhn

    Following the famed success of their second album Blurryface, the Grammy-award winning duo Twenty One Pilots returned to their hometown of Columbus, Ohio for five days of nostalgic and momentous concerts (and an art show). “Tour De Columbus” as it is called, brought clique members from all over the world to take part in an

  • June 2, 2017By Celia Lipton

    Being a woman means different things to different people. I interviewed and photographed 5 women of different ages, races, gender identities, ability, and passions, asking them questions about their identities as women. Interview #1: Name: Laura Panek. Occupation: Biology teacher Being a biology teacher, how do you feel about genetics vs. gender identity as a spectrum? “I really

  • May 16, 2017By Nmachi Som-Anya

    Some say the world is an unforgiving place in which no one makes it out alive. It full of famine, malady, and unworldly pain but why do we choose to see the world in this way? Millions of people live a life unfulfilled because of their poor outlook on the universe. Many of them, fall

  • May 15, 2017By Rochelle Asquith

    I first came across Ira Chernova through Instagram. Her beautifully classic tattoos and androgynous style displayed across her self portraits are spellbinding and immediately endearing. This engineer student – turned model – turned photographer and creative powerhouse blows minds with her dark and spectral photographs. And I have to say, her Instagram and various articles