Rosalie Szeto is a visual artist and analog photographer born and raised in South Brooklyn.
Her artistic abilities have long existed since she was a young child and her paintings stem from her imagination, her inspiration, and the environment she grew up in.
In 2016, she picked up her first film camera for a photography course in her senior year. Fascinated by the manual quality and the unknown outcome, she fell in love with the process and continued to explore her interest in analog through different types of cameras. Her main themes are the urban landscapes of New York City and portraits of local residents.