"The lighting by the water is unrivaled, making it ideal for portraiture. My series of photos became about the joy and happiness that the water brings people."
"Both a tool to control light conditions and a sculptural element meant to evoke a cloud, the screen is not only an artistic tool but a means of mitigating the environment—a sort of skin between the occupant and the solar conditions."
A poster series "designed not only for sighted viewers, but also readable for blind and visually impaired ‘viewers’"
A tryptich "to translate the imagery of a crisis abroad into our immediate visual lexical here in the United States."
"Depression seeps into your body and sits like a weight on your chest and your head, on every part of you—even the parts you’ve never known."
"Szamosi invites viewers to enter a world where expected boundaries—between order and chaos, mind and body, nourishment and decay, horror and dread, artist and viewer—no longer exist." Photography and video.
As a coffee-loving city that drinks seven times more coffee than any other, New York City is at the epicenter of a disposable coffee cup eco-dilemma.
'City Blocks' is a series of translations that transpose image into text. Each poem is an evocation of an image, reimagining the city from visual data, rather than a poem about the experience of that place.
"What do you think of when you think of Muslims? Chances are you are not picturing the largest demographic of American-born Muslims in the United States: Black American Muslims." Photographs of a mosque in Elizabeth, New Jersey.
Photographs of She Fights, a non-profit that teaches boxing to teenage girls of color in New York City.
"What does the world look like when everyone is an Other? 'Like Fine Silk' centers on the point of view of a young Afro-Latina as she’s confronted with culture clashes in the intimate setting of a black hair-care store."