Audio conversations with ICP community members discussing the thoughts and actions that support their creative endeavors
Sarah Blesener (DOC 2016)—PDN Photo Annual winner, Catchlight fellow, and Alexia Foundation professional grant recipient—discusses how her interests in linguistics and youth culture and identity led her to ICP and the world of documentary photography. View more of Sarah’s photos on the ICP Alumni Instagram account.
Annie Ling (DOC 2010) is one of three photographers featured in Interior Lives: Contemporary Photographs of Chinese New Yorkers, an exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York.
Sam Margevicius’s (MFA 2017) solo show Twenty-six is on view at Baxter Street at the Camera Club of New York.
Rico Cruz’s (DOC 2018) final project for the One-Year Certificate program in Documentary Practice and Visual Journalism was published as “Finding an Asylum from Duterte’s Drug War” on CNN.
Philip Montgomery (DOC 2010) photographed Julia Roberts, Ethan Hawke, Olivia Colman, and others for the New York Times Magazine.
Alexey Yurenev (DOC 2018) developed his thesis project about a post-Soviet enclave in Brighton Beach into a long-form photo essay for the New York Times.
Kathryn Harrison (CP 2014) and ICP faculty member Justine Aurland are featured in Aperture Magazine 233–Family.
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