Marisol Díaz (Puerto Rican) was born and raised in the Bronx, NY. She received a Bachelor in Arts degree in photography from City College City University of New York (2002), and an Associates degree in Advertising Arts from Bronx Community College (1993). Her personal work has been exhibited in several galleries and alternative spaces in New York, including George Eastman House in Rochester and El Taller Boricua Gallery in NYC. She was also commissioned by the George Eastman House in 2008 to photograph landscapes in Puerto Rico. Díaz is a recipient of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs Art Fund through the Bronx Council on the Arts (2009), three BRIO Awards from the Bronx Council on the Arts (2004, 2007, 2009), a Citation of Merit from the Bronx Borough President Adolfo Carrión (2007), and the NY State Senate Award for her contribution to the arts in her community (2002).
As a freelance photographer, her clients have included, The Bronx Times, Bronx Council on the Arts, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Coca-Cola, El Diario la Prensa, the New York Mets, Norwood News, The Office of the Bronx Borough President among others.
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