Tuesday August 2 @ 6pmET
In 2021, a new mentorship program was developed in New York called the Bridge. This groundbreaking 16-week program for Emerging Photographers and creatives aged 18-26 was designed by ASMP, ASMP NY, and our education partner BKC. This year, the Bridge returns to New York with its next iteration of programs.
On Tuesday, you will have the opportunity to meet the creators and leaders of The Bridge program in a wide-ranging panel moderated by ASMP’s DE&I Consultant Brandyn Campbell.
Brandyn Campbell (she / her), ASMP DEI consultant
Brandyn Campbell is a consultant, educator, and speaker who helps organizations build their commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. She draws from over 15 years of experience working with clients worldwide to provide actionable solutions that center equity and belonging throughout their communications and cultures.
Liam Alexander, President ASMP NY
Liam Alexander is a fine artist and creative director whose intention is catalyzing social change through artistic expression. He has spent more than a decade working at the intersection of creativity and human interaction. His work has been featured in gallery exhibitions and art fairs throughout the United States, and the world, published in magazines like Kolaj, Nylon and Rolling Stone. He also creates projects with major brands like Wix.com, The City of New York, Samsung, SAP, and Renaissance Hotels.
Justin Lin, Founder, We Are BKC
Justin William Lin is an artist and educator based in New York. He is the founder of BKC, an organization teaching thousands of New Yorkers the wonders of photography over the past 10 years, as well as creator/director of the non-profit mentorship program for emerging photographers called The Bridge (with ASMP NY). His work focuses on developing tools and curriculum that unlock creativity and inspire new goals. Though his years in commercial photography are in the past, he continues to make contributions to the ongoing dialogue around professional work in the photography industry.
Sean Chee, Portrait Photographer, 2021 Bridge Program Participant
Sean Chee is a self-taught, born and bred Queens, New York City photographer who is passionate about people. Being based there my entire life, much of the diversity of the Queens county bleeds into my work. Additionally, Sean was a member of the inaugural year of the Bridge Program in 2021. Sean is a portrait photographer.
Duane Lyken, ASMP NY Board Member
To make a tax-deductible donation to the Bridge Program through the 501 (c)(3) ASMP Foundation, CLICK HERE!