Gisele Duprez is a native New Yorker, residing in Brooklyn. She has a degree in Criminal Justice and works in corporate technology. A self-taught photographer, Gisele’s primary focus is on street photography, where she enjoys capturing candid moments and the interactions between people.
Her work has been shown on a number of online platforms, podcasts, and in 2018 Gisele was featured in Click Magazine as one of the “20 Women Changing Photography.” She was selected for a solo show at Harlem’s El Barrio Artspace amongst international submissions from women street photographers, and also had a photo included in a companion group show at the same space. Additionally, her work has been exhibited in France and Bulgaria, as well as in a group show at the Coney Island Museum.
Gisele travels frequently, including recent trips to Paris and Havana to explore her French and Cuban heritage. She is currently working on a long-term project exploring Coney Island (her “happy place”) and Brighton Beach.
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