Visual Journalism Class

Visual Journalism is one of the most challenging classes in ICP school. Every week students had been asked to shoot different projects such as “Water in New York”, “Subway”, “Religion”, “Jackson Heights” “Bodega” and more.. students had to connect to different strangers and try to create a new story in a short time. Here are some pictures from the last couple of weeks.

IMG_0311Sharif Kales, a Trumpet Player, enters Tereza 7 Jazz club, seconds before the show.  
Photo by Amit Elkayam, For the “Portraits in Jackson Heights” assignment.

6. Two participants hug in front of the image of the procession.
2 members of the El Señor De Los Milagros procession embrace before lifting Christ image , moved through Manhattan.
Photo by Cristián Cáceres, “Religious” assignment. 

2religion_2Man plays the piano in the basement of church for a service that with three worshipper at Siloam Presbyterian Church, Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. 
Photo by Qianfeng Gao, “Religion” assignment.

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Diners at Ichiran, a Japanese restaurant chain which opened its first U.S. location in New York, have the option to eat in individual booths, providing a traditional Japanese culinary experience. 
Photo by Eva Deitch, “New York Food” assignment. 

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At 8:30 pm, Khalifa Mansour shakes the flour from his clothes, shoes and baseball cap, and goes home. He works in the ovens of Amy’s Bread, where the temperatureis always around 113°. Bread is his passion. He dreams about having his own bakery one day.
Photo by Andrea Hernandez. “

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A man eats a Tamal as breakfast in a stand on a street of Spanish Harlem. Tamales originated in Mesoamerica as early as 8000 to 5000 BC, they migrated from Mexico to become a classical element of Queens and Harlem’s landscape.
Photo by Luis Antonio Rojas, “New York Food” assignment

Buricelli_171012_5825Funny scene at the Stardust diner. project shot for the food assignment.
Photo by Lucia Buricelli, “New York Food” assignment. 

unnamed-26Customers eating by the Taco Truck at 3am in Williamsburg, New York. The trucks are located near the main clubs in Williamsburg and stay open all night.
Photo by Olivia Fernandez, “New York Food” assignment. 

Grossinger_20130117_00742City council candidate, Victoria Cambranes, along with her friends, Kier and Steve, canvas in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Cambranes ran against and lost to incumbent Democrat Steve Levin. Cambranes, a first-time candidate, who also identifies as a Democrat, decided to run in August after a biker was killed at a dangerous intersection – an intersection she had alerted officials about many times. Because of her late entry, she had to run under a Third Party ticket. Her goal? To stop corporatists from siphoning off public land and negotiating public-private partnerships that don’t benefit the public.
Photo by Annie Grossinger, “Election” assignment. 

Buricelli_171029_22Amal and Munna, US born Yemeni twin sisters strike a pose before breaking into their version of street dance.
Photo by Kanishka Sonthalia, “Photographic a Local Bodega” assignment.  

Buricelli_171029_-2Brenda, on the “A” train to Far Rockaway, New York.
Photo by Magalí Druscovich, “Subway” assignment.

Buricelli_171029_27Burgess, identifies himself as a satanist, in his living room in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
6 months out of a year, Burgess drives around the United States conducting an underground film festival.
Photo by Alexey Yurenev, “Religious” assignment. 

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