Aguilar, Andres Fluffy:
Andres Fluffy Aguilar is a master’s student at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. He is an enthusiastic, emerging professional seeking ways to heal and build community in NYC.
I was born and raised in Istanbul and now living in New York. I love the design and bringing ideas to life with motion skills.
I am excited to be working with extraordinary people for the purpose of bringing about a healing process for those affected by the Pandemic. I am a graduate from Lehman College BA- in multimedia.
Cathleen Campbell is a Harlem-based photographer and filmmaker whose work was recently featured in “The Way We Remember” exhibit the Wallach Art Gallery in 2021. For more info, please visit her website: http://www.cccpix.com/.
De La Paz Galindo, Maria:
Maria De La Paz Galindo is a Mixtec indigenous from Oaxaca, Mexico. She lives and works with the south Bronx Community, at the Bronx Documentary Center.
Yves Dossous is an audio/visual technician who designs and engineers television and radio podcast studios for training facilities.
I am a cultural anthropologist with roots in Latin America and who went to CUNY Graduate School. My main interests are in ethnicity, gender, arts and education.
Galván, Marilu Maria D.
Dr. Marilu Maria D. Galván is passionate about Centro Civico Cultural Dominicano and empowering our community. She is currently the E.D. of CCCD, a 59 years old institution, and an educator.
Garcon, Marie Carmel
Marie Carmel Garcon is a nurse practitioner, working to improve the lives of the homebound geriatric patients. Dr. Garcon became a nurse in 1988…
Gibbons, Robert Anthony
Robert Anthony Gibbons is a poet and humanitarian. He is influenced by the work and social justice of Langston Hughes, Mary Oliver and James Baldwin. He can be found on IG: @anthonyrobertgibbons
Hernandez Lozano, José:
José Hernandez Lozano was born in Jilotepect, Mexico, photograph lover, and power to preserve the moment and propel humanity to positive action.
My name is Julie and I come from Greece. I am a graduate student in the Physiology and Cellular Biophysics program at Columbia University
I am a visual artist from Turkey, based in New York. I seek to express my experiences, existential enquiry and observations via contemporary art approach,
My name is Candace Leslie and I am a black, Georgina visual artist, painting and thriving in Inwood.
Sandra Long is a native of New York City with affiliation, engagement, exposure and a long-term vested knowledge-interest in the development of multiple New York City communities.
I am invested in community, art, healing and justice. This workshop unleashed a depth of emotion I hadn’t allowed myself to even acknowledge.
Robert McInnis –family man, love serving and building community.
Benjamin Meyer specializes in helping English and Spanish speaking individuals and couples with learning differences to manage workplace challenges, relationships, and friendships.
Thomonique Moore is an Instructional Technology and Media masters student at Teachers College, Columbia University, and a resident of zip code 10031 in Harlem.
Scarlet was born, raised, and currently lives in the South Bronx (10455, 10451)
Rodriguez, Ana Ofelia
Born in San Pedro de Macoris, Dom. Rep. A second generation Dominican whose grandparents are immigrants from French Saint Martin, Guadeloupe and Tortola in the Caribbean
Simone Salvo is a lens-based artist and communications strategist working across the fields of visual storytelling and creative technology.
I live in Harlem in what must be one of the most diverse buildings in the city.)
I am Mariana Tchen, I currently try to understand trauma by doing an educational certificate in special education.
Wong, Maria Liu:
Maria Liu Wong is an educator, curator, maker, and scholar. She currently serves as the provost of City Seminary of New York…
Zahied Tony Mohammed:
I am a local New York City artist and I am honored to be part of the Zip Code Memory Project. The world may seem gloomy to someone struggling with grief during this ongoing pandemic.
Sonja J. Killebrew is a writer, an educator, and a self-appointed oral historian. She completed her MFA in creative writing in 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Yigit Eygi is a media artist and designer, recently completed his masters degree in The New School. Artificial soundscapes and designs are his focus. Finding new forms of expressions is his life passion.