Author: Carlos Trujillo

FLIPPING FOOD

Jorge Villareal Jr. is in his fourth year of college studying digital filmmaking at New Mexico State University’s Creative Media Institute. Before moving to Las Cruces for school, Jorge lived in El Paso Texas where he began embracing his passion...

“¡No Tenemos Miedo!”

“¡No Tenemos Miedo!”

  EL PASO, TEXAS – An hour before it was set to start and the people were starting to trickle into San Jacinto Plaza Friday night. They came with a colorful assortment of neon posters, a couple of suited up...

THE CHILE FRONT

  Chris Alexander is an owner of a charming mercado in the heart of the Mesilla Plaza. The modest, open-air pavilion rests atop a seven-acre piece of farmland that is currently home to fields of chilé plants. Upon entering the pavilion are shelves...

REIGNING CATS, AND DAWGS

LAS CRUCES, N.M.— Shoes screeched against the glossy finish of a wood court. Hands and forearms reverberated the smack of a pink leather ball as it floated across the net. A sea of maroon and gold juxtaposed the gymnasium’s royal...

UN DIA A LA VEZ: BUS STOP PHILOSOPHER ON LOSS

ESPAÑOLA, N.M.— The symphony of engines lend their hum to the steady afternoon traffic near the corner of Espinosa Street and Paseo de Oñate.  It is monsoon season, and the cascade of splashes from cars skidding past the massive rain...

JOHN H. WHITE: WHAT IS PHOTOJOURNALISM?

I believe photojournalism is a form of communication that requires highly engaged interactions toward a subject or event in which still imagery is used as a primary storytelling mechanism to impact an observer instantaneously. Photojournalism distinguishes itself from other forms...