image courtesy of Francesco Di Benedetto, 2015

image courtesy of Francesco Di Benedetto, 2015

Alison Clare Domzalski

Alison is a photographer who does documentary work both locally and internationally.  Her images tell stories about communities, what they do and where they live.  This ranges from grassroots human interest essays to pieces about forensic investigation and research.

Her passion for photography and human stories has taken her across the globe on various long-term assignments and projects in India, Tibet, Nepal, Costa Rica, Panama, Chile, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, the Philippines and Italy. Her work has been published by the City of New York, Circle of Blue, Centrosocioambiental Osa, Vikramasila Foundation, Tico Times, and has been shown in the United States and abroad.

Recent photo essays include It's All Relative, a story about Fulbright Scholar and forensic molecular biologist, Sheila Dennis about her work with researchers in Philippines and Fora Dos Estadios, about communities in Pernambuco, Brazil who live near the World Cup stadiums.

 Recent exhibitions include Yourself, Long Island City, New York, December 2015, It's All Relative, Quezon City, Philippines, April 2015, Glimpses of Sakya, TibetWalden, New York, April 2015, Gimme Shelter, New York City, May 2013.