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Programs Assistant/Youth coordinator
Music Under the 7 Coordinator
Editor in Chief eL Paper Magazine
Operations, technical support
Through our partnership with Information Technology Hight School in Long Island City, LP host students in regular basis.
Winter crew TBA
|David Bromley hearts the mission of LP! A tireless warrior for the non-profit art world, David has directed a wide array of projects for Queens Council on the Arts (QCA), Flushing Town Hall, LaGuardia Performing Arts Center, and Results International to name a few (portfolio). In 2015 he served as the Online Director for the 5th Annual LIC Arts Open. During the 2013 – 14 year, David was a Digital Communications Fellow for Emerging Leaders of New York Arts (ELNYA). It is his privilege to direct projects where he can continue to explore his passion for community building through web development and new media. David is the lead consultant at LIC Web Solutions.|
|Orestes Gonzalez is an Architect, Photographer & Writer.
As an Architect, he has restored over 30 townhouses in Harlem, Brooklyn & Queens, NY. His restaurant designs include Malbec & Tango House in NYC, Crescent Grill, & Sage General Store in LIC, New York.
He has been a roving photographer for the past 30 years, covering over 32 countries. His specific interest is capturing mans need in leaving a mark on this world and the constant changes in traditions as a result of technology & communication.
His monthly photo column , “ORESTES’LIC” in the LIC COURIER MAGAZINE, presents images of Long Island City, Queens and its constituents during this time of transition.
He is a contributing photographer to CASA FOA , Buenos Aires, and a past contributing editor for Casa & Hogar Magazine.
His photography has been shown and published extensively, including The Miami Herald, and El Clarin & La Nacion newspapers in Argentina.
His first book of photography,“Street Life”, is currently available on his website.
Orestes Gonzalez is represented by the Barbara Gillman Gallery in Miami, and The Jeffrey Leder Gallery in LIC, NY.
He divides his time between New York City & Miami.