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Meet the Executive Team

The brains, hearts, camera-wielders and community-lovers behind it all 

Charlotte Rosario

Founder & Executive Director (she/her)

A photographer, thinker, & human-happiness advocate fascinated by the concept of community. Always seeking innovative ways to bring people together and induce more empathy in the world. 

 

Madeline Yung

Co-Director of The Photobooths (she/her)

Portrait and nature photographer, advanced lightroom user, and currently obsessed with books by Jenny Han. Enjoys having friends over for watch parties, traveling around the world collecting stamps in her passport, self proclaimed foodie and dark chocolate connoisseur. 

 

Sophia Bella

Director of Design & Graphic Marketing (she/her)

Graphic designer, student journalist, believer in uniting communities through art and advocacy.

 

Ethan Huynh

Director of Videography (he/him)

Videographer and video editor, loves connecting and working with others, and using video to capture people’s stories and experiences. Also enjoys playing guitar, volleyball, and basketball.

 
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Leo Stoll

Co-Director of Photography  (he/him)

Portrait and nature photographer, well versed in lightroom and photoshop, and an enjoyer of travel and the outdoors.

 
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Aryan Mehra

Co-Director of Photography (he/him)

Landscape and wildlife photographer, and an enthusiast of hiking, traveling, and the outdoors. 

 
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Irene Chen

Co-Director of The Photobooths (she/her)

Sports and portrait photographer who loves capturing the emotion in the everyday, and preserving memories for the community to look back on.

 
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Alexa Goldman

Director of Community Outreach (she/her)

Photographer, and dancer who is excited to bring the community together through fun events and upcoming fundraisers! 

 
 
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See yourself on the team? We do too.

Whether you are a photographer, own a fancy camera, love planning special community events, or not, the Community Photobooth is looking for teens who are motivated to help make a difference in their community. To apply to be a part of the executive team, send us an email jobs@communityphotobooth.com. In the email, tell us a little about yourself, the role you'd like to have on our team, why you're interested, and what makes you qualified (send along any relevant work that you've done). If you'd like to start a Photobooth and be a TCP photographer, fill out this form to apply.