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NYC Salt Photographers Reveal New Photo Book 'To Each Their Own'

By EyeEm Team - 3 min read

We teamed up with NYC Salt to highlight some of the great work and young talent to be featured in their upcoming book 'To Each Their Own.'

We teamed up with NYC Salt to spread the word about their upcoming photo book launch that highlights work from high school students enrolled in Salt’s program. ‘To Each Their Own’ combines the unique visual voices of the youth in New York City and expresses coping in times of uncertainty, specifically with the global pandemic and reckoning over race in America.

‘To Each Their Own’ Provides A Platform For NYC’s Emerging Talent

Here at EyeEm, we’re always interested in ways we can support emerging photographic talent who are telling powerful stories, and collaborate with other organisations doing the same.

The book launch will be held virtually at 6:00pm EST on Thursday 23rd July 2020. The launch will be followed by a brief Q&A and if you’d like to attend, click here to RSVP!

About NYC Salt

NYC Salt fuses art education, college preparation, 1:1 mentorship and much more into one program for young artists. By empowering students and stretching their creative goals, they ensure that the next generation of photographers will be best equipped for higher education and their respective creative journeys.

Featured Photographers:

Emmersen Tormey

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Jarin Rahman

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Nely Lopez

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Rebekah Williams

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Tehreem Saleem

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Xiaolin Fang

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Alexia Santamaria

Alessia Hu

Arsema Hindeya

Brandon Zee

Camille Berkovits

Daphne Tang

Darius Musselman

Elizabeth Avila

Frances Sy

Gisele Placeres

Grace McNally

Heidi Perez

Jack Parrarini

Katriel Orlow

Kayla Rosenblum

Kevin Wong

Lola Mihok

Maxie Krane

Mark Chen

Morgan Yee

Nate Zim

Raquel Moreira

Richard Kaulinsh

Click here to purchase donate to NYC Salt and support they do for the community

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