Documentary photographer and photojournalist Ézé Amos originally trained in the sciences at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. After embracing his passion for fine art, and then photography, Ézé immigrated to Charlottesville in 2008 where he now captures the unique spirit and energy of our city. His many photo projects have included Cville People Everyday, Cville Porch Portraits, and Inside Out: This Is What Community Looks Like. Driven to tell the true stories of Charlottesville and neighboring communities, Ézé is also an affiliate photographer with The New York Times and Getty Images. His work has been published by The New York Times, Getty Images, and a wide range of other international news agencies. Ézé is always on the move, documenting resistance efforts on the ground and bringing out the beauty in people around him.