Photography and Video Concentration
The photography and video concentration is a diversified program preparing students for careers in advertising, illustration, print and online editorial work, and fine art photography and video practices. Courses progress through traditional and alternative photographic processes, digital image making and printing, large format photography, advertising illustration, and video practices that include narrative, documentary, experimental and video art.
The program includes a study of the history and contemporary theory of photography and video, a review of current professional practices and professional portfolio development. The program offers the opportunity to collaborate with graphic design and studio art students to develop innovative and critically aware arts projects that showcase students’ artistic vision and professional expertise.
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Sophia Liu, ART 227 Portrait Photography
Fiona Carlsen, ART 324 Photographic Expression, Platinum Print
Julie Marzan, ART 224 Introduction to Artificial Lighting for Photography
Elvis Li, ART 325 Advanced Camera and Lighting
Sara Tollefson, ART 324 Photographic Expression, Cyanotype
Casey Wieber, ART 325 Advanced Camera and Lighting
Haley VanBaale, ART 400 Special Problems
Antonio Flamenco, ART 224 Introduction to Artificial Lighting for Photography
Hannah Travis, ART 325 Advanced Camera and Lighting
Matt Nagata, ART 227 Portrait Photography
Derek Fong, ART 400 Special Problems
Matthew Nagata, ART 324 Photographic Expression
Roslyn Yeager and Vianca de la Parra Producers, ART 329 Editorial Photography
Roslyn Yeager, ART 325 Advanced Camera and Lighting
Narrative Short Video: Nail Polish, made in ART 483: Digital Video 2 and ISLA 341: Media Arts and Technologies: Cinematic Process.
Narrative Short Video: Couch, made in ART 483: Digital Video 2 and ISLA 341: Media Arts and Technologies: Cinematic Process.
Editorial Video Project: Profile of an Artist, made in ART 329: Editorial Photography,
by Elizabeth Noelle Merrihew
360 Video Project: Hostage, made in collaboration between ART 383: Digital Video and ART 325: Advanced Camera and Lighting,
by Leah Castillo, Felicia Johnson, Tanner Johnston, Cheyton Sutter and Hannah Travis.
Rendering, Animation and Modeling: A Rude Awakening, made in ART 474: Collaborative Studio: Rendering, Animation and Modeling
by Mikkel Sandberg