Pablo Alarcon Jr. is the first born son to Cuban Immigrants, raised in Miami, Florida and Southern California. Pablo is a Philadelphia-based printmaker and photographer. He holds a BFA in Printmaking  from the Tyler School of Art at Temple University. He has photographed marketing content for companies including Auntie Anne’s, Urban Ears, Harry’s, Target, Kenneth Cole, Movember, among many others. Pablo has also worked as a studio assistant for both the Brandywine Workshop & Archives and the Temple University Rome Printmaking Studio where he assisted and printed for artists including: Devin Kovach, Marta Sanchez, El Anatsui, Willie Cole, Edgar Heap of Birds, and several others. He currently works as a screen printer for social justice heritage brand and screen printing workshop, Philadelphia Printworks.

His work is in the permanent collection of the Brandywine Workshop & Archives. He has been published & mentioned in Lost Quarterly Magazine, Forbes, and the Orange County Register (CA). His photographs have been used by Adobe System Inc. for their Lightroom CC marketing. Pablo has just concluded his first residency at the Kala Art Institute and currently splits his time between his studio work in Philadelphia and visiting his family in Miami.