Afsheen Leonardo Amiri has been practicing photography for over fifteen years. The multicultural and artistic influences imparted to him as a first-generation American of Italian and Iranian heritage helped shape his creative outlook and perception of the world at large. Afsheen’s interests lie primarily in the photography of architecture, space, and people’s relationships and interactions with their environments. His work spans architectural, fine art, and editorial subjects, with further interest in the creative manipulation of images for graphic design. Raised between the United States and Italy, Afsheen earned a Bachelor’s degree in art history and media studies from Hunter College of the City University of New York, where he worked as staff photographer for the Hunter Envoy newspaper and arts editor for the The Olivetree Review magazine. Relocating to San Francisco in 2009, he continued his studies in art history and photography at City College of San Francisco and worked for the photography department as digital/analog lab technician and mentor for photography students. At CCSF he was awarded a Certificate of Architectural Photography. While working on photography Afsheen is also a student of art history with a focus on Renaissance and Baroque art and architecture; he is currently obtaining a Master’s degree in art history at New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts.
Afsheen Leonardo Amiri has been practicing photography for over fifteen years. The multicultural and artistic influences imparted to him as a first-generation American of Italian and Iranian heritage helped shape his creative outlook and perception of the world at large. Afsheen’s interests lie primarily in the photography of architecture, space, and people’s relationships and interactions with their environments. His work spans architectural, fine art, and editorial subjects, with further interest in the creative manipulation of images for graphic design. Raised between the United States and Italy, Afsheen earned a Bachelor’s degree in art history and media studies from Hunter College of the City University of New York, where he worked as staff photographer for the Hunter Envoy newspaper and arts editor for the The Olivetree Review magazine. Relocating to San Francisco in 2009, he continued his studies in art history and photography at City College of San Francisco and worked for the photography department as digital/analog lab technician and mentor for photography students. At CCSF he was awarded a Certificate of Architectural Photography. While working on photography Afsheen is also a student of art history with a focus on Renaissance and Baroque art and architecture; he is currently obtaining a Master’s degree in art history at New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts.
Afsheen Leonardo Amiri has been practicing photography for over fifteen years. The multicultural and artistic influences imparted to him as a first-generation American of Italian and Iranian heritage helped shape his creative outlook and perception of the world at large. Afsheen’s interests lie primarily in the photography of architecture, space, and people’s relationships and interactions with their environments. His work spans architectural, fine art, and editorial subjects, with further interest in the creative manipulation of images for graphic design. Raised between the United States and Italy, Afsheen earned a Bachelor’s degree in art history and media studies from Hunter College of the City University of New York, where he worked as staff photographer for the Hunter Envoy newspaper and arts editor for the The Olivetree Review magazine. Relocating to San Francisco in 2009, he continued his studies in art history and photography at City College of San Francisco and worked for the photography department as digital/analog lab technician and mentor for photography students. At CCSF he was awarded a Certificate of Architectural Photography. While working on photography Afsheen is also a student of art history with a focus on Renaissance and Baroque art and architecture; he is currently obtaining a Master’s degree in art history at New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts.
Afsheen Leonardo Amiri has been practicing photography for over fifteen years. The multicultural and artistic influences imparted to him as a first-generation American of Italian and Iranian heritage helped shape his creative outlook and perception of the world at large. Afsheen’s interests lie primarily in the photography of architecture, space, and people’s relationships and interactions with their environments. His work spans architectural, fine art, and editorial subjects, with further interest in the creative manipulation of images for graphic design. Raised between the United States and Italy, Afsheen earned a Bachelor’s degree in art history and media studies from Hunter College of the City University of New York, where he worked as staff photographer for the Hunter Envoy newspaper and arts editor for the The Olivetree Review magazine. Relocating to San Francisco in 2009, he continued his studies in art history and photography at City College of San Francisco and worked for the photography department as digital/analog lab technician and mentor for photography students. At CCSF he was awarded a Certificate of Architectural Photography. While working on photography Afsheen is also a student of art history with a focus on Renaissance and Baroque art and architecture; he is currently obtaining a Master’s degree in art history at New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts.
Afsheen Leonardo Amiri has been practicing photography for over fifteen years. The multicultural and artistic influences imparted to him as a first-generation American of Italian and Iranian heritage helped shape his creative outlook and perception of the world at large. Afsheen’s interests lie primarily in the photography of architecture, space, and people’s relationships and interactions with their environments. His work spans architectural, fine art, and editorial subjects, with further interest in the creative manipulation of images for graphic design. Raised between the United States and Italy, Afsheen earned a Bachelor’s degree in art history and media studies from Hunter College of the City University of New York, where he worked as staff photographer for the Hunter Envoy newspaper and arts editor for the The Olivetree Review magazine. Relocating to San Francisco in 2009, he continued his studies in art history and photography at City College of San Francisco and worked for the photography department as digital/analog lab technician and mentor for photography students. At CCSF he was awarded a Certificate of Architectural Photography. While working on photography Afsheen is also a student of art history with a focus on Renaissance and Baroque art and architecture; he is currently obtaining a Master’s degree in art history at New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts.
Afsheen Leonardo Amiri has been practicing photography for over fifteen years. The multicultural and artistic influences imparted to him as a first-generation American of Italian and Iranian heritage helped shape his creative outlook and perception of the world at large. Afsheen’s interests lie primarily in the photography of architecture, space, and people’s relationships and interactions with their environments. His work spans architectural, fine art, and editorial subjects, with further interest in the creative manipulation of images for graphic design. Raised between the United States and Italy, Afsheen earned a Bachelor’s degree in art history and media studies from Hunter College of the City University of New York, where he worked as staff photographer for the Hunter Envoy newspaper and arts editor for the The Olivetree Review magazine. Relocating to San Francisco in 2009, he continued his studies in art history and photography at City College of San Francisco and worked for the photography department as digital/analog lab technician and mentor for photography students. At CCSF he was awarded a Certificate of Architectural Photography. While working on photography Afsheen is also a student of art history with a focus on Renaissance and Baroque art and architecture; he is currently obtaining a Master’s degree in art history at New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts.
Afsheen Leonardo Amiri has been practicing photography for over fifteen years. The multicultural and artistic influences imparted to him as a first-generation American of Italian and Iranian heritage helped shape his creative outlook and perception of the world at large. Afsheen’s interests lie primarily in the photography of architecture, space, and people’s relationships and interactions with their environments. His work spans architectural, fine art, and editorial subjects, with further interest in the creative manipulation of images for graphic design. Raised between the United States and Italy, Afsheen earned a Bachelor’s degree in art history and media studies from Hunter College of the City University of New York, where he worked as staff photographer for the Hunter Envoy newspaper and arts editor for the The Olivetree Review magazine. Relocating to San Francisco in 2009, he continued his studies in art history and photography at City College of San Francisco and worked for the photography department as digital/analog lab technician and mentor for photography students. At CCSF he was awarded a Certificate of Architectural Photography. While working on photography Afsheen is also a student of art history with a focus on Renaissance and Baroque art and architecture; he is currently obtaining a Master’s degree in art history at New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts.
Afsheen Leonardo Amiri has been practicing photography for over fifteen years. The multicultural and artistic influences imparted to him as a first-generation American of Italian and Iranian heritage helped shape his creative outlook and perception of the world at large. Afsheen’s interests lie primarily in the photography of architecture, space, and people’s relationships and interactions with their environments. His work spans architectural, fine art, and editorial subjects, with further interest in the creative manipulation of images for graphic design. Raised between the United States and Italy, Afsheen earned a Bachelor’s degree in art history and media studies from Hunter College of the City University of New York, where he worked as staff photographer for the Hunter Envoy newspaper and arts editor for the The Olivetree Review magazine. Relocating to San Francisco in 2009, he continued his studies in art history and photography at City College of San Francisco and worked for the photography department as digital/analog lab technician and mentor for photography students. At CCSF he was awarded a Certificate of Architectural Photography. While working on photography Afsheen is also a student of art history with a focus on Renaissance and Baroque art and architecture; he is currently obtaining a Master’s degree in art history at New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts.
Afsheen Leonardo Amiri has been practicing photography for over fifteen years. The multicultural and artistic influences imparted to him as a first-generation American of Italian and Iranian heritage helped shape his creative outlook and perception of the world at large. Afsheen’s interests lie primarily in the photography of architecture, space, and people’s relationships and interactions with their environments. His work spans architectural, fine art, and editorial subjects, with further interest in the creative manipulation of images for graphic design. Raised between the United States and Italy, Afsheen earned a Bachelor’s degree in art history and media studies from Hunter College of the City University of New York, where he worked as staff photographer for the Hunter Envoy newspaper and arts editor for the The Olivetree Review magazine. Relocating to San Francisco in 2009, he continued his studies in art history and photography at City College of San Francisco and worked for the photography department as digital/analog lab technician and mentor for photography students. At CCSF he was awarded a Certificate of Architectural Photography. While working on photography Afsheen is also a student of art history with a focus on Renaissance and Baroque art and architecture; he is currently obtaining a Master’s degree in art history at New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts.
Afsheen Leonardo Amiri has been practicing photography for over fifteen years. The multicultural and artistic influences imparted to him as a first-generation American of Italian and Iranian heritage helped shape his creative outlook and perception of the world at large. Afsheen’s interests lie primarily in the photography of architecture, space, and people’s relationships and interactions with their environments. His work spans architectural, fine art, and editorial subjects, with further interest in the creative manipulation of images for graphic design. Raised between the United States and Italy, Afsheen earned a Bachelor’s degree in art history and media studies from Hunter College of the City University of New York, where he worked as staff photographer for the Hunter Envoy newspaper and arts editor for the The Olivetree Review magazine. Relocating to San Francisco in 2009, he continued his studies in art history and photography at City College of San Francisco and worked for the photography department as digital/analog lab technician and mentor for photography students. At CCSF he was awarded a Certificate of Architectural Photography. While working on photography Afsheen is also a student of art history with a focus on Renaissance and Baroque art and architecture; he is currently obtaining a Master’s degree in art history at New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts.
Afsheen Leonardo Amiri has been practicing photography for over fifteen years. The multicultural and artistic influences imparted to him as a first-generation American of Italian and Iranian heritage helped shape his creative outlook and perception of the world at large. Afsheen’s interests lie primarily in the photography of architecture, space, and people’s relationships and interactions with their environments. His work spans architectural, fine art, and editorial subjects, with further interest in the creative manipulation of images for graphic design. Raised between the United States and Italy, Afsheen earned a Bachelor’s degree in art history and media studies from Hunter College of the City University of New York, where he worked as staff photographer for the Hunter Envoy newspaper and arts editor for the The Olivetree Review magazine. Relocating to San Francisco in 2009, he continued his studies in art history and photography at City College of San Francisco and worked for the photography department as digital/analog lab technician and mentor for photography students. At CCSF he was awarded a Certificate of Architectural Photography. While working on photography Afsheen is also a student of art history with a focus on Renaissance and Baroque art and architecture; he is currently obtaining a Master’s degree in art history at New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts.
Afsheen Leonardo Amiri has been practicing photography for over fifteen years. The multicultural and artistic influences imparted to him as a first-generation American of Italian and Iranian heritage helped shape his creative outlook and perception of the world at large. Afsheen’s interests lie primarily in the photography of architecture, space, and people’s relationships and interactions with their environments. His work spans architectural, fine art, and editorial subjects, with further interest in the creative manipulation of images for graphic design. Raised between the United States and Italy, Afsheen earned a Bachelor’s degree in art history and media studies from Hunter College of the City University of New York, where he worked as staff photographer for the Hunter Envoy newspaper and arts editor for the The Olivetree Review magazine. Relocating to San Francisco in 2009, he continued his studies in art history and photography at City College of San Francisco and worked for the photography department as digital/analog lab technician and mentor for photography students. At CCSF he was awarded a Certificate of Architectural Photography. While working on photography Afsheen is also a student of art history with a focus on Renaissance and Baroque art and architecture; he is currently obtaining a Master’s degree in art history at New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts.
Afsheen Leonardo Amiri has been practicing photography for over fifteen years. The multicultural and artistic influences imparted to him as a first-generation American of Italian and Iranian heritage helped shape his creative outlook and perception of the world at large. Afsheen’s interests lie primarily in the photography of architecture, space, and people’s relationships and interactions with their environments. His work spans architectural, fine art, and editorial subjects, with further interest in the creative manipulation of images for graphic design. Raised between the United States and Italy, Afsheen earned a Bachelor’s degree in art history and media studies from Hunter College of the City University of New York, where he worked as staff photographer for the Hunter Envoy newspaper and arts editor for the The Olivetree Review magazine. Relocating to San Francisco in 2009, he continued his studies in art history and photography at City College of San Francisco and worked for the photography department as digital/analog lab technician and mentor for photography students. At CCSF he was awarded a Certificate of Architectural Photography. While working on photography Afsheen is also a student of art history with a focus on Renaissance and Baroque art and architecture; he is currently obtaining a Master’s degree in art history at New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts.
Afsheen Leonardo Amiri has been practicing photography for over fifteen years. The multicultural and artistic influences imparted to him as a first-generation American of Italian and Iranian heritage helped shape his creative outlook and perception of the world at large. Afsheen’s interests lie primarily in the photography of architecture, space, and people’s relationships and interactions with their environments. His work spans architectural, fine art, and editorial subjects, with further interest in the creative manipulation of images for graphic design. Raised between the United States and Italy, Afsheen earned a Bachelor’s degree in art history and media studies from Hunter College of the City University of New York, where he worked as staff photographer for the Hunter Envoy newspaper and arts editor for the The Olivetree Review magazine. Relocating to San Francisco in 2009, he continued his studies in art history and photography at City College of San Francisco and worked for the photography department as digital/analog lab technician and mentor for photography students. At CCSF he was awarded a Certificate of Architectural Photography. While working on photography Afsheen is also a student of art history with a focus on Renaissance and Baroque art and architecture; he is currently obtaining a Master’s degree in art history at New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts.