The NYU Tisch School of the Arts graduate has captured iconic photos of Teen Vogue's March for Our Lives feature, has photographed iconic school shooting survivors for the #NeverAgain project on young gun control advocates and is best known for his self-published Cuban photography collection, "El Paquete."
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Mitchell and his 2015 book were featured in the New York Times' "Up Next" series in December.
“I depict black people and people of color in a really real and pure way,” Mitchell told the Times. “There is an honest gaze to my photos.”
Mitchell's Instagram page, which boasts a nearly 70,000 follower count (growing by the hour) showcases many of his creative and raw depictions.
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The photographer has also had his share of experience in the world of fashion, and has previously produced projects for big-name brands including Ray-Ban, Marc Jacobs and American Eagle.
The 2018 September issue of Vogue is slated to be the magazine's "largest and most-scrutinized annual edition," the Atlantic reported, addressing rumors that it may also be the final September issue of editor Anna Wintour's 30-year tenure.