Stories of people that have traveled in the middle of the 2020 Covid crisis

Cat Del Buono sitting on her stoop in Bedford Stuyvesant months after her long journey. © Naomi Daniels, 2020

It’s April of 2020. They say It is more contagious than the Flu. You’re stuck in Miami but home is in New York City, the epicenter of the pandemic in America. No one knows how the Coronavirus really transmits itself yet and everything is a guess. You don’t know if you’re doing it right and can only hope you are. Everyone is winging it. CDC says masks won’t protect you; they change their stance a few weeks later. Your sister in law nearly dies from The…

A Discussion With Black Photographers On Their Challenges, Victories, and Legacies

“The painter constructs, the photographer discloses.” — Susan Sontag, On Photography

Three photographers have as many differences as they do similarities. One is self taught, the other two went through academia. One always strove to be a photographer, another originally trained to be a nurse and found his passion at a later date. With all of their differences, they each share two chief similarities: their blackness and passion for visual storytelling. …

Naomi Daniels

A humble photojournalism student.

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