Juan Alaniz is based in Los Angeles, CA. He has been a full time photojournalist and event photographer for the past 15 years. He obtained his CTE teaching credential in photography at the University of San Diego in 2013.

In 2002 he created Genesis Productions where he's been privileged to work with amazing clients such as:

California Community Foundation
The City of Covina
The National Health Foundation
The Futuro Media Group in New York
The Bicycle Casino
Santa Clara University
The German Marshall Fund
Generation 1st Degree of Pico Rivera

He was awarded the gold medal in 2013 and 2014 for his participation at the Los Angeles Chinese Photographic Festival. His work has been published in the 2010 film documentary La Cosecha and also on local news papers such as the The San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Latina Style magazine, Diversity Inn magazine and several annual reports from the California Community Foundation.

A former teacher of the Tri-Community Photo Program in Covina, California is now partnering with the Millard Sheets Art Center at the Fairplex in Pomona, CA to continue his passion for teaching and reaching out to those seeking to succeed in the art of photography.

We are located at The Learning Centers Fairplex Pomona, CA

The Learning Centers at Fairplex is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that, in partnership with Fairplex, provides a wide spectrum of innovative and enriching educational experiences that bring learning to life, benefit our diverse communities, and prepare our participants for success.

For more than 90 years, the Los Angeles County Fair Association has demonstrated its commitment to the community. Beginning with the first fair in 1922, the Association has a historic reputation of building stronger communities throughout Southern California using fun, educational, and collaborative efforts.

By serving unmet educational needs, The Learning Centers at Fairplex (TLC) is the Association’s most meaningful example of its impact on the community today.