Trevon Blondet

Photo Credit: Stephen G. Kelly

Artist Bio

For Bronx native Trevon Blondet, what began as sports photography and concert shots evolved into portraits and street photography. As a member of the Bronx Photo League at the Bronx Documentary Center, and as part of the Jerome Avenue Workers Project, Trevon documented and celebrated the workers and trades people of Jerome Avenue, one of New York City’s few remaining working class neighborhoods where many still make a living in small shops and factories, or repairing auto- mobiles. “You can make a change by yourself, but you need a group of people to make a movement,” he said. “I feel this project is a movement for awareness about this cause, and people can take action one way or another.”

Other links for Trevon Blondet:
New York Times Lens Blog
Riverdale Press

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