Resa Sunshine (Adrian Resa Jones) is a New York based photographer & videographer. She is the bi-racial daughter of Delmos Jones, an Anthropologist, and Linda, an IT professional. She inherited her love of photography from her father and her interest in technology from her mother and is currently an MFA student at CUNY City College in the Digital Interdisciplinary Art Program, working on projects that combine technology with art.  

She loves photographing dancers, children, protests, and anything else of interest.. As a documentary photographer and videographer, the goal is to be a witness and , in that spirit, the images captured belong to the subject as much as they do to the photographer.

Her work has appeared on Occupy Brooklyn TV, in The Clarion, The Indypendent, DC Media Group, New York State Nurses Association, Popular Resistance featured on the website Light Stalking. Photos have appeared in the books Wetlands NYC History, A Visual Encore and Native American Almanac and in a political ad for Zephyr Teachout by End Citizens United. First place winner in the Photo Plus “New York Minute” contest, 2016.