Columbia Pike Documentary Project
Columbia Pike Documentary Project

The Columbia Pike Documentary Project is a multi-disciplinary history of Columbia Pike in Arlington, VA – one of America’s most-ethnically diverse communities. Paula Endo, Lloyd Wolf, Mimi Xang Ho, Duy Tran, Aleksandra Lagkueva, Lara Ajami, and other team members have been using photography and oral history to document life along the Pike. The project is sponsored by the Columbia Pike Partnership.

  • Living Diversity

    Living Diversity collects work by the Columbia Pike Documentary Project, a team of photographers and interviewers who have captured the evolving life of the people and places that make up this historic corridor in Arlington, Virginia, immediately adjacent to the nation’s capital.
  • The Road Ahead

    The Columbia Pike Documentary Project’s newest book, The Road Ahead, is a collection of in-depth interviews and portraits accompanied by an extended portfolio of striking photographs depicting this extraordinarily diverse and rapidly-changing community.
  • Transitions, the Columbia Pike Documentary Project’s new book-length catalog, is now available. Elegantly designed by our team member Xang Ho, it is 296 pages long, with numerous in-depth interviews of Columbia Pike residents, business owners, and community leaders by Sushmita Mazumdar and Lloyd Wolf, and eye-opening photo essays by Dewey TronLara AjamiMoises GomezXang Ho, and Lloyd Wolf. It’s a fascinating plunge into the shared stories of a diverse community in transition. And it's really beautiful, too. Available with shipping or for pick up at the Columbia Pike Farmers Market, Sundays 9 - 11 am.

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