Alina Oswald is a writer, photographer and educator documenting the AIDS pandemic and the LGBTQ+ community. She is a member of the Undetectable flash collective, Arts Editor of A&U Magazine--America's AIDS Magazine, and columnist at Out IN Jersey Magazine. She's also the author of Journeys Through Darkness: A Biography of award-winning, legally blind photographer and HIV/AIDS activist Kurt Weston. She often get to talk about HIV and AIDS, photography, and women empowerment as a guest on Ron B's No Boundaries show, at MNN, and HIV-inspired art openings, such as Kurt Weston's show, Remember: An AIDS Retrospective, at OCCCA. Alina Oswald's work has appeared in national and international publications, as well as in New York City shows and galleries, including Fresh Fruit Festival at Leslie-Lohman Museum, Postcards from the Edge at Visual AIDS, and Soho Photo Gallery. She also teaches photography and covers portraits, editorials, events, and promotional photography, as well as nature and the environment. Contact her at alinaoswald.com.