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Rox Campbell Rox Campbell is a documentary artist and educator based in Brooklyn, New York and born in Kingston, Jamaica. Their practice is a combination of photography and experimental video focused on the ways in which representations of Black people contribute to the dehumanization and violence against Black bodies within their own communities and society at large. Campbell explores how counter-framing, reimagining, or altering existing representations can also alter the perception of Black bodies. Their work has been shown in galleries, public exhibitions, and conferences including the Penn Museum, The Power Plant Gallery, and the South African National Gallery. They have taught photography and lectured about visual culture at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, Guildford College, and the Delaware Art Museum to name a few. Campbell earned an MFA from Duke University in Experimental and Documentary Arts and a BA in Studio Art from the University of Virginia.
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James Reddington JJ Reddington is a Hudson Valley and NYC based artist and photographer. He holds both a B.A. in Photography from California State University Sacramento (2010), and an M.F.A. in Photography, Video and Related Media from the School of Visual Arts (2013). He currently works as a Staff Photographer at Buzzfeed where he focuses mostly on creating branded advertising content, but works on a broad range of shoots including celebrity portraiture, fashion, food photography, and editorial content.
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Ariana Sarwari Ariana Sarwari is an artist and educator from New York. She uses photography and video art to explore silent, restrained spaces, both outdoors and within the confines of a multigenerational immigrant home. She has taught through organizations such as the International Center of Photography and Parsons School of Design, as well as at the Josephine Herrick Project, where she currently serves as Director of Programs. In addition to her artistic practice and education background, Ariana co-runs the Spruce Art Residency in Indiana, Pennsylvania.
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Curtis Willocks Curtis Willocks is a freelance photographer and educator. His images have been published in Time, US News and World Report, and Springer Foreign News Service. His photographs have appeared in books published through St. Martin's Press and West Publishing. Advertisements for the American Academy of Pediatrics, Lutheran Medical Center, and Forest City Ratner have also featured his work. Over the last two decades he found his true passion inspiring high school students to tell their stories through photography as an educator with the Children’s Aid Society, Teen Academy at ICP, the High School of Fashion Industries, Summer and Saturday Live at the Fashion Institute of Technology, Friends of Hudson River, and the NYC Department of Education. Curtis is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Fashion Institute of Technology.
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