Experience NYC with the photographer/photojournalist Ester Jove Soligue, (www.esterjovesoligue.com). On this highly interactive tour you will discover the streets, the people, the mood & energies that makes a New York neighborhood unique in its pure essence.
Along the tour, you'll not only see the 'hidden' as well as the well known New York but you will learn and sharpen your composition, technical & photographic skills. Ester will teach you to create your own personal photo-essay & the keys to developing your own voice as a photographer.
From the Indian neighborhood in Jackson Heights to the Russian in Brighton Beach, Central Park, Chinatown or Harlem you will be guided to connect with the world around in your own personalized way - bringing home unique photo memories to share with all.
Photography in the unknown New York is a fun, dynamic and highly participatory way to experience the city. It's the best of all possible worlds; experiencing 'The World's Biggest Playground' and at the same time learning & honing your unique photographic eye.
Photographer/ Photojournalist, Ester was born and raised on a farm in the city of Lleida, Spain. In 2008 she moved to the United States and graduated from the International Center of Photography in New York in the ‘Documentary Photography and Photojournalism’ program. A seeker of adventure & the 'little known', Ester is a master at seeking out hidden communities to study & documenting through her photographic skills. In 2011 Ester's work was published by the New York Times after she spent two years documenting and photographing a community of 'cliff dwellers' who make their home living in the cliffs overhanging the Hudson River in New Jersey. Ester's current projects include photographing / documenting an eleven member’s family that for over ten years live in a mobile home. Ester's work has been exhibited internationally in countries like Spain, France, Hungary and New York. Her work has been shown also in the Catalan Public Television ‘TV3’ and has been published in Periódico Diagonal, Feature Shoot, Daily Mail, CNN Photos and New York Times, among others. She has also been collaborating for the Human Rights Organizations such as; ‘American Friends Service Committee’ and ‘Wind of the Spirit’. She has received ‘Ciudad de Gijón’ scholarship and has collaborated in multiple books such as; ‘Nuevas Miradas’ and Shift Vol. 4. Ester has been featured as Emergent Talent 2011 by Getty Reportage. More of her work may be found at www.esterjovesoligue.com. Full profile ⋅ Leave a Review
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