Matt Genovese is a 22-year old photographer born and raised in a small, suburban town in Northern New Jersey. He has received his Photography Technology, Associate in Applied Science Degree at County College of Morris, New Jersey. He currently resides in New York City where he is studying towards a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Photography and Video at the School of Visual Arts. He is interested in the way modern culture plays a role in society today. His current work studies the banality of the psyche in small-town America.
Roatán, Islas De La Bahia
After a hot and humid summer in New York, I took a trip to a small island in the Caribbean off the coast of Honduras. The desire to get out of the city was at an all-time high. Known for its snorkeling, Roatan is an island I had never even heard of before my arrival. The island has all the makings of an American paradise; palm trees, white sand, beaches, and clearwater. However due to its lack of resorts and infrastructure, the island remains to be a lost paradise. A island that could be flourishing with tourism, is just on the cusp of being discovered.
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