Join us for a reflective movement-based workshop for photographers led by Girls Who Shoot, an organization focusing on educating, highlighting, and providing spaces for women of color in the visual arts world. The workshop will begin within the ICP exhibition, Face to Face: Portraits of Artists by Tacita Dean, Brigitte Lacombe and Catherine Opie, in a meditation exercise led by certified Hatha instructor, Ashanti Muñiz. After the meditation, Girls Who Shoot will lead a portrait photo booth session based on creating your own digital self-portrait, followed by a group discussion about the making of self-portraits. 

We ask that all participants bring a pillow or small blanket and a notebook to write in. This event is centered on women-identifying individuals.

Flordalis Espinal is a film photographer from the Bronx, New York. Her work is inspired by the rawness and culture of her hometown. She focuses on amplifying the beauty of the Bronx and its residents through her timeless film portraits. Flordalis’ calm approach has allowed her to form genuine connections with her subjects, to capture them in their most authentic state. Flordalis has worked with clients such as Nike, Peloton, Refinery29, Latina, and more. She is the Founder of Girls Who Shoot, an organization focused on educating, highlighting, and providing spaces for women of color in the visual arts world.

Stephanie Morales is a Dominican-American portrait and fashion photographer from New York City, whose work is a visual reflection of her lifelong passions for fashion, photography, and genuine connection. She has a special talent for creating a comfortable and collaborative atmosphere with her subjects, which allows her to bring out their true personalities and authenticity in her photographs. This ability to connect with her subjects enables her to produce work that is not only visually stunning but also deeply personal and meaningful.

Ashanti Muñiz is an NYC based writer, photographer and certified hatha instructor.

Image © Latricia Morgan