Bronx Junior Photo League

Bronx Junior Photo League


Jun 6, 2019 | 4pm


Justin Arroyo | Fanny Aucacama | Angie Avendaño | Jared Birks | Jai Bhagwan | Justin Brefo | Zarah Browne | Heidi Calderón

Elisa Luna Cameron | Brandon Carchipulla | Anastasia Cardona | Izaiah Cardona | Icelyn Casanova | Raymond Castillo | Aisha Conte

Michael Crizanto | Darolin Cruz | Ivette Diaz Espinosa | Fanta Diop | Djeneba Diop | Awa Fofana | Alberto Garcia

Brian Hernandez-Armenta | Lucki Islam | Cloudy Lopez | Diego Lozano | Tianna Maldonado | Sophia Morales | Yessica Morocho

Leonely Pacheco | Alexa Pacheco | Matthew Perez | Ailyn Reyes Ramirez | Chloe Rodriguez | Tara Smalls | Luz Smith-Amaya

Adanna Taylor | Janiyah Terry | Dylan Velez | Kalise Williams


Middle School Reception

Thursday, June 6th, 4-7PM

Presentations begin at 5PM

High School Reception

Friday, June 7th, 5-8PM

Presentations begin at 6PM



Join us in celebrating our year-end exhibition by the Bronx Junior Photo League (BJPL), the Bronx Documentary Center’s afterschool photojournalism program for middle and high school students. The BJPL uses photography, writing, and research to explore social justice issues and prepare for college and future careers. On view will be photo essays and multimedia stories on environmental justice, sexual harassment, homelessness, access to healthy foods, LGBTQI+ activism, the opioid crisis, and more.



                             Eva and her daughters Aniell and Evamell stop for coquitos while walking home after school. Eva, originally from the Dominican Republic,
is now raising her two daughters in the South Bronx. © Darolin Cruz, 12th Grade

Work by the following students will also be on view:

Isis Adams | Jaedyn Edwards | Joshua Flores | Serenity Gomez | Yolanda Gonzalez | Alyssa Gonzalez | Loxly Johnson

Astou Ndiaye | Aresha Rabail | Zuleyka Vargas 


The Bronx Junior Photo League is made possible, in part, by the Chris Hondros Fund, Citgo Foundation, Fishman Fetter Family Foundation, Fujifilm, Henry Nias Foundation, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and by City Council member Rafael Salamanca, the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and State Legislature, Phillip and Edith Leonian Foundation, Pinkerton Foundation, and the William Talbott Hillman Foundation.

All digital photos taken on cameras generously provided by Fujfilm.