JohnPuga is a Brooklyn-based artist who has been studying photography, art, and design for over 18-years. He came to New York City from San Antonio, Texas, to study photography at LaGuardia Community College. His photography explores the beauty in everyday life’s overlooked moments. He has a B.F.A. in Computer Graphic Arts (2012) and an M.A. in Communication Arts (2016) from the University of the Incarnate Word. You can see more of his work via his website: pugarazzi.com.
Irving Rodriguez is a traditional artist born in the Dominican Republic. His feelings of being Dominican are expressed through art, using complementary colors to represent his personas and he attempts to use the concept of dualism by using his palette divergently. Irving likes to experiment with pens and uses dry mediums involving chalk pastels, graphite pencils, and charcoal. Irving’s main interest is exploring how lines react and form to create one final product.
Jeremy Orozco (b. 1995) is a photographer from New York City. In 2021, he is currently studying to receive his degree in Commercial Photography. He is passionate about Photojournalism as well as cultivating images that speak and give light to subjects that are often overlooked.
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Shoshanna Soleyn was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, in Crown Heights. She is a Commercial Photography major at LaGuardia Community College. She was first introduced to photography by a friend in 2016, and got her first camera in 2018. She then started to learn how to make images and wanted to learn more about photography. She enjoys doing portrait photography. Shoshanna‘s favorite photographer is Tyler Mitchell, and her favorite filmmakers are Issa Rae, Ava Duvernay, Spike Lee, and many more. She got accepted for LaGuardia’s Camera for Science for 2021. She looks forward to seeing where it will take her in life. Shoshanna is looking forward to graduating from LaGuardia Community College this June with an ASA degree. Shoshanna will be attending Brooklyn College for Film. Find her on Instagram @_shays.photography_.