New York-based photographer Jaime Rojo captures the modern Urban Art scene on the streets worldwide. Co-founder and Photography Editor at the influential art blog BrooklynStreetArt.com (BSA), he documents legal and illegal art and artists on the streets on multiple continents. Rojo is an artist on his side of the camera, searching for prized moments of public interaction. His photos have been exhibited in galleries and at auction in New York and Los Angeles, Rojo has published thousands of his photographs on BSA, in a weekly column for The Huffington Post, and on many websites. His work has appeared in print and online for The New York Times, Juxtapoz, Hi-Fructose, and Graffiti Art magazine, in monographs for artists such as C215 and Icy & Sot, in Banksy In New York (2014), and in his two acclaimed books, Brooklyn Street Art (2008) and Street Art New York (2010). For MAGIC CITY, Rojo created the Kid’s Trail and together with Steven P. Harrington curated the film program.