Arleigh Haskal

Arleigh Haskal

Arleigh Haskal: I’ve been behind a camera most of my life, from dress up photo shoots to capturing the corners of my hometown Los Angeles. Photography has always felt right to me. Through it, I share my personal, passionate and quirky take on the world. My photographs were first published in my school’s literary journal, freshman year. Praise for these images provided me further opportunities to engage on campus, and soon I was photographing for the school newspaper. With a focus on cultural and campus life, I particularly enjoyed shooting behind-the-scene images of productions and sporting events, and my work has earned me several Scholastic Golden and Silver Key awards. The summer following my junior year I experienced the honor of a lifetime when I joined 22 young female photographers from around the globe in The New York Times project #ThisIs18 capturing what life is like for 18-year-old women. Seeing my photographs of Hélène in print and on The Times’ numerous social media platforms was extraordinary. This year, as I prepare to graduate high school, I am photographing senior portraits for classmates in need and exploring ways to bring my photography passions to my college life. ​

Archive Sessions and Events Featuring Arleigh Haskal

Apr 272019


Join us for a discussion of #ThisIs18 an exhibition featuring photographs of girls aged 18 around the world.

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