Christopher Capozziello

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Christopher Capozziello (born 1980) is an American photographer. He works as a freelance photographer based in New Haven, Connecticut. His work is primarily about facilitating awareness and conversations about different facets of life by inviting the viewer into personal stories. His projects often make unpleasant realities beautiful, not my misleading anyone, but by allowing the viewer to stop and look more deeply at the subject. He is a founding member of the AEVUM photography collective, which includes four other young photojournalists in the United States.

Capozziello’s clients and publications include AARP Bulletin, Christianity Today, The Dallas Morning News, Le Monde magazine, L'Express, The Globe and Mail, The International Herald Tribune, Newsweek, The New York Times, The New York Times Magazine, Open Society Institute, Time, Virginia Quarterly Review, and others.[citation needed]

Capozziello’s long-term projects have focused on the Ku Klux Klan, breast cancer, cerebral palsy, drug addiction, and have been shown in galleries in the form of traveling exhibitions.

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  1. ^ http://www.alexiafoundation.org/archives/christopher-capozziello-2003/
  2. ^ Photolucida’s Critical Mass
  3. ^ http://www.visitcenter.org/competitions/overview/santa_fe_prize_2011
  4. ^ http://www.ai-ap.com/gallery/AP/27/?page=59
  5. ^ http://www.magentafoundation.org/books/flash-forward-2011/
  6. ^ http://www.px3.fr/winners/zoom2.php?eid=1-21702-11&uid=3235261&cat=Press

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