"Among The Living"

Lyric video by Markéta Irglóva, featuring photos by me

Oscar-winning singer and musician Markéta Irglóva created a haunting and beautiful song (over 13 minutes long) about the healing and grief from the many lives that were lost in 2020. I was part of the project with my photography and this lyric video Anton Kawasaki and I made for the song. Learn more about it, and my collaborations with Marketa here.

Sion Fullana: Camera Obscura & Techniques in Invisibility

From Stated Magazine

“STATED shadowed Fullana as he photographed in some of his favorite New York locales, and he sat down with us in the stated offices to discuss his work, how he approaches making pictures on the streets of New York, what the future holds for mobile photography, and more.”

Thomas V. Hartmann, Photography Editor & Contributor

UPS: "Delivering Wishes" - A Mobile Documentary

By Sion Fullana & Stephanie Roberts

In 2014, I was part of this project spearheaded by Stephanie Roberts, that had her and a team of mobile photographers (including Alyssa Schukar, Ed Kashi, Travis Jensen and myself) to execute documentary mobile storytelling (photos & video) of one day in the life of UPS employees at work in eight different cities around the U.S. in conjunction with the UPS “Delivering Wishes” campaign.

In my case, I worked in the Detroit, MI and Parsippany, NJ facilities.


Mobile Revolution with Sion Fullana

By WIN-Initiative

“When WIN-Initiative launched it’s mobile photography collection, we enlisted Sion Fullana — a well respected forerunner of the digital photography movement. Here Sion explains WIN’s involvement in the mobile revolution.”

– WIN-INitiative

Sion Fullana in INQUIETOS

By Marta Puiggròs

A TV segment about my iPhoneography work that appeared in a culture show called INQUIETOS on the national public TV channel La 2 of Televisión Española. (In Spanish with English subtitles)

Performing for The Moth

At the Instituto Cervantes New York

I was a participant in “Art Speaks Spanish,” which was the first ever Spanish/English bilingual community workshops done by The Moth — the massively popular organization dedicated to the art and craft or oral storytelling — and the Cervantes Institute in NYC. The first time I was involved was as a student, where I presented the story seen in the video below. I returned a second time as a coach for a new group of storytellers.