Andrew Zornoza

Andrew Zornoza is a novelist and photographer; he is the author of the photo-prose novel ‘Where I Stay.’ Born in Houston, Texas, and educated at Princeton University, he has taught at The New School University and Gotham Writers’ Workshop, as well as in Parsons Design & Technology MFA program. His short fiction and essays have appeared in magazines such as BOMB, The Poetry Foundation, Gastronomica, Sleepingfish, Confrontation, Porcupine Literary Arts, CapGun, and Matter Magazine, among others. Long, long ago he contributed to the documentation of distributed systems, Java Application servers, and the first primitive applications for cell phones. He is now an editor of the critical contemporary arts and literature journal H.O.W. He currently lives in New York City.


Students

Lilythia

Viki Hristova

Gone

Li Wen Chang (Peter)

Maritime–Post WWII

Tannaz Ebadollahi

5pong – the battle machine

QiuYi Wu

Weebits Toys

Huy Nguyen

Lost Landmarks

Matt Felsen

CopterWish

Haijing Liu

Replica

Yi Ning Huang

Sky line

Joori Lee

Yang Feng Project

Yang Feng

Starry World

WenWen Li

The Diaspora

Li Chung Chang (George)

HugMatch

Chloe Koo

Trails

Justin Charles

Peaches

Jennifer Presto

2 or 3 Things I Know About Electronic Waste

Mirte Becker

Crown Heights Mic

Salome Asega

ProcrastiMate

Wenting Zhang

Skylines

Patricio González Vivo

Designedin

Shahrouz Varshabi

Infomaze

Sophie Kaars Sijpesteijn

HIDE

Maxine Jungyeon Kim + Min Sung Kwak

Flow

Oriol Bella

Without You

Zixin Wang

DIY DMT

Morgan Fiebig

Mon Magasin

STEAMPunks

Mehdi Salehi + Kristen Kersh