New York native José A. Alvarado Jr. (b.1989) is a Puerto Rican American documentary photographer currently based in New York City. His personal work consists of documenting sub-cultures, politics, and the relationship between Puerto Rico...
Skills:Translator, Image Archiving, Digital Printing, Sports, Lighting Tech, Audio Recording, Photo Assisting, Color Correction, Film Scanning, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Premier, Apple Final Cut Pro, Book Layout/Design, Photo Editing, Black & White Printing, Web Design, Exhibition Design, Photojournalism, Film Processing, Film Photography
Nadeige Choplet, owner of the clay studio, Choplet Gallery and Ceramic Studio on 238 Grand Street in Brooklyn, New York, is one of many small business owners around the country that applied for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) but didn’t receive a loan before the program’s money ran out, despite applying early, for The New York Times
Alejandro Quiles Garcia, 40, middle, and his son, Alexander Quiles Cortés, 7, sit at a relative's home in Manhattan, New York and take advantage of a rare morning uninterrupted by the ongoing earthquakes at their hometown in Puerto Rico, for CNN
Alexander Cecil McNab, 23, a black Columbia University senior that was confronted by security officers after walking through the gates of Barnard College without showing his I.D. that led to accusations of racial profiling by campus security, for The New York Times
Michelle Polixi, owner of the rustic Italian restaurant Convivium Osteria at 68 5th Avenue, sits for a portrait as her restaurant converts to an all take-out operation as a result of NY State Governor Andrew Cuomo’s order of a statewide lockdown in order to help combat the spread of COVID-19, Brooklyn, New York, for The Wall Street Journal
Jennifer DeLuca, the owner of Body Tonic Pilates at 150 5th Avenue, warms up on the archive reformer apparatus before starting her COVID-19 safe live-stream pilates class at noon in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York, for The Wall Street Journal