New York, New York
Born in Venezuela, Romina Hendlin holds a BA in Mass Media with a major in AudioVisual Arts from the Catholic University in Caracas. She started her photography studies at Roberto Mata Taller de Fotografía and later graduated from the International Center of Photography in NYC. Her photographic work for the past 10 years has been an exploration of the human condition through the exchange of conversations and photography. The projects are grounded on a sensitivity to the social and economic disparities of the world. The themes varied from resilience, informal economy, migration and the struggle to make ends meet. Romina integrates her photographic practice with her passion for teaching photography. She finds that a lot of growth happens in the process, as much for her as for her students. Romina has participated in group shows in Caracas and New York and had her first solo exhibition in Caracas for her project To Live. Recently she developed her Thesis Film about the Venezuelan Migration in Colombia for her Master in Visual and Media Anthropology at Freie Universität Berlin. Romina Hendlin is based in New York and is available for assignments worldwide.