Portraits of Bronx Science Students Out of Bronx Science

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Gazi Fuad

Pamela Li ’20 and Ethan Sison ’20 pose for a picture at the 2019 Bronx Science SO Carnival.

As a yearbook photographer, I’ve taken thousands of photos of Bronx Science students while they are in school. While these photos portray the lives of students in the school, it doesn’t quite show their faces outside of school. To practice photography on my own, I can often be found taking pictures of my friends, those same Bronx Science students, in new settings. I’ve been able to showcase these photos on my own portfolio website (gazifuad.com), from which I will show some of the portraits I’ve taken of these students, at various locations and times.

I will show some of the portraits I’ve taken of these students, at various locations and times.

Farshad Khondker ’20 sits on an abandoned railway in Richmond Hill that was found while exploring. (Gazi Fuad)
Oscar Wang ’20 takes a picture while wearing his club soccer jersey in Queens. (Gazi Fuad)
Andy Liu ’20 stands next to some Christmas lights. (Gazi Fuad)
Josh Greenberg ’20 stands in a walkway in his hometown or Forest Hills. (Gazi Fuad)
Sunlight hits the head of Albar Subekti ’20 during falltime. (Gazi Fuad)
Victoria Jung ’20 poses for a photo on the High Line. (Gazi Fuad)
Sabin ’20 swings on a tree in a Big Sibs shirt during late summer. (Gazi Fuad)
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