Denice Flores is a street and documentary photographer based in New York City. She was born in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, where she graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Marketing from the Universidad Tecnológica de Honduras. She moved to New York City to study photography at the New York Film Academy, after completing her studies there in 2014, she applied to the Documentary Practice and Visual Journalism Program at the International Center of Photography where she was accepted, and graduated from the program in 2016. Denice is an active member of Soho Photo Gallery (, a cooperative gallery in Tribeca, New York City.




2016 - Documentary Practice and Visual Journalism: International Center of Photography, NY
2014- Photography, New York Film Academy, NY
2007 - BS- Marketing, UTH, Honduras




2020| Time of COVID, Soho Photo Gallery, Tribeca, NY

2019 | Naked Cowboy: The Backstory, Soho Photo Gallery, Tribeca, NY
2016 | "The Last Italians" for Another Kind of Paradise, International Center of Photography, NY


2020| Marchers on Upper East Side vent at de Blasio over city’s woes

2020| What's it's like in a homeless shelter?

2020| Sal Salomon: Vibrations of Happiness

2020| Notes from a Black Womyn in America

2020| Why anti-racism is like exercise

2020| Bill to open up streets and sidewalks could save city bars and restaurants, 42 St. Magazine

2020| The future of theater – by a Broadway insider, 42 St. Magazine

2020 | Naked Cowboy is still strumming, 42 St. Magazine

2018 | Interview Woman Crush Wednesday, Photo Editor Musée Magazine, NY  

2018 | Photo Editor Musée Magazine Issue No. 20 Motion motion/0870718001533768490?short
2017 | Diario El Tiempo
2016 | Shift Vol 11 Book International Center of Photography, NY

2015 - 2016 | Manager and Editor of the Photojournalism Blog "ICP  Doc It", International Center of Photography, NY