More work for Latinx Heritage Month, directed by Sonia Malfa.
“There is definitely an overlap in my son’s and my work. He influences me. I influence him. It's a beautiful experience.” - Eriberto Oriol
EribertoOriol.com is a Chicano photographer, activist, and painter. Every day he walks around downtown LA, highlighting the injustices against underprivileged communities. His son Estevan Oriol shares his love for photography. They’ve been on the resilient journey of capturing the true culture and spirit of their hometown.
“Me and my dad have done shows together, called ‘Like Father, Like Son.’ I've seen some people crying just looking at our photos. When you're seeing the emotions that your photos bring out, that's when you really see the impact that you have.” - Estevan Oriol
“Resilience means to me: staying the course, no matter what is thrown at you. And that's what I see in Estevan with his photography. He's right on course all the time.” - Eriberto Oriol (EribertoOriol.com)