Rhynna M. Santos is a photographer born in Hato Rey, Puerto Rico and currently residing in Bronx, New York.  Ms. Santos graduated from UCLA in 2007.  Since then she has worked with a number of Bronx based organizations including Mind-Builders Creative Arts Center, Bronx Documentary Center and Bronx Art Space.  In 2014 Ms. Santos had her first solo exhibition in Madrid, Spain entitled Window to the Bronx.  The exhibition expanded a global dialogue about urban, Latino immigration. Ms. Santos depicts the everyday life, geographies, emotions and realities of people of color in Bronx, New York.  She has exhibited work as featured artist in Curate NYC 2013, Bronx Art Space: Access to Art 2014, Bronx X Bronx 2014 and the Jerome Avenue Workers Project 2015. In addition to being the founding member of the Bronx Women's Photo Collective, Santos is a member of the Bronx Documentary Center and curator of the Instagram feed Everyday Bronx. 

Sandra Ayala is a self-taught visual artist/photographer born and raised in the South Bronx to Puerto Rican parents; liberating her mind by creating works of Art which speak to her emotionally and free her from everyday life. By using familiar subjects to create one of a kind fine art portraits she is able to capture the viewer’s attention and bring forth emotions and visions from within her head onto a canvas. Ms. Ayala resides in the Bronx and often uses it's amazing parks as her backdrops. Ayala is currently working on an project about Inspirational Latinas. Ms. Ayala has exhibited her work for the Armory show at The Bronx Museum of the Arts, BronxArtSpace, Edgar Allan Poe visitor's center, Lincoln Hospital Exhibition Hall and Rush Art Gallery in Nyc. 


Lizzy Alejandro is a visual artist, born and raised in The Bronx. She attended Lehman College, earning her BA in Studio Art with a concentration in photography. Alejandro fell in love with photography at the age of 16 when she enrolled for photography classes at a program called The Point, located in the South Bronx. Since then, she has not put down her camera. In 2010, Alejandro fell in love yet again; inspired by the work of Banksy and M.I.A, she started creating stencils from her photographs. She often combines the two mediums in her work. Alejandro has exhibited at the Lehman College Art Gallery, BronxArtSpace, Andrew Freedman Home, the Galleries at Krasdale Foods and in the Bronx Latin American Art Biennial. She still resides in The Bronx.