ICP Alumni

Over 1,800 alumni from the ICP-Bard MFA program and our One-Year Certificate programs in Creative Practices, Documentary Practice and Visual Journalism, and New Media Narratives are shaping our visual culture through their work in all parts of the world.
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Over 1,800 alumni from the ICP-Bard MFA program and our One-Year Certificate programs in Creative Practices, Documentary Practice and Visual Journalism, and New Media Narratives are shaping our visual culture through their work in all parts of the world.

In Process

Audio conversations with ICP community members discussing the thoughts and actions that support their creative endeavors

 
From the series Toy Soldiers, Russia, 2016. © Sarah Blesener

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.

Alumni Highlights

Gulnara Samoilova (CP 1993) and Sara Hylton (DOC 2014) are shortlisted for the PHmuseum’s Women Photographer Grant, as noted in the British Journal of Photography.

Eva Deitch’s (DOC 2018) photo essay “Grounded” is published in the Washington Post.

Joshua Lutz’s (MFA 2005) monograph Mind the Gap is named a Notable Photo Book of 2018 by PDN and reviewed by Jonathan Blaustein at A Photo Editor.

Brenda Ann Kenneally (NYU/MA 1997) is profiled on Time magazine’s Lightbox blog in “A Photographer Challenges Myths About Class and Poverty in America.”

Keep in Touch

Are you an ICP alum and want to share your news with us? Email alumninews@icp.org with the following: your name, your program and graduation year, and a short summary of your news with a link to more information. Please attach an accompanying image if available.