HSFI Photo 2 Final Presentations

This week was our last class of the semester.  Each student presented their artist’s statement and personal vision project to the class.

Reflections from our class members:

“I was happy my project was successful.  It took longer and was a more extensive process in the darkroom than I initially thought it would be.  I was able to go to a more advanced level in this class.” – Victoria Whitlock

Victoria presents her personal vision project, "The Beauty in Life."

Victoria presents her personal vision project, “The Beauty in Life.”  Credit:  Mara Catalan

Alice presents her project, "We Are These Moments".  Credit:  Jaime Schlesinger

Alice presents her project, “We Are These Moments”. Credit: Jaime Schlesinger

Anais reads her statement, "The Candid and the Forgotten" to the class.  Credit:

Anais reads her statement, “The Candid and the Forgotten” to the class. Credit:  Betzy Velasco

Aria describes her images in the project "Hope and Humanity".  Credit:  Betzy Velasco

Aria describes her images in the project “Hope and Humanity”. Credit: Betzy Velasco

“I would like to continue taking photography at HSFI because I am starting to realize I have a passion for photography and I want to develop my skills further.” – Amari Jones

Amari shares her project, "Building Connections Through Fashion/Portrait Photography" with the class.  Credit: Betzy Velasco

Amari shares her project, “Building Connections Through Fashion/Portrait Photography” with the class. Credit: Betzy Velasco

Ana sharing her project, "The Bloopers."   Credit:  Mara Catalan

Ana sharing her project, “The Bloopers.” Credit: Mara Catalan

“I look forward to continuing this journey of photography as a career. ” – Leslie Mayorga

Leslie shares her project, "My Happiness".  Credit:  Mara Catalan

Leslie shares her project, “My Happiness”. Credit: Mara Catalan

“In this class, we were able to build connections with each other by sharing our passion for photography.  It is amazing to see all of the projects together and the diversity of the work that was created.  I was able to see more today than I have all semester working in the darkroom.”  – Sarah Ventura

Karielis talking about her images from her body of work, "A Work of Art."  Credit:  Mara Catalan

Karielis talking about her images from her series, “A Work of Art.” Credit: Mara Catalan

Oscar shares his project, "City Life."  Credit:  Betzy Velasco

Oscar shares his project, “City Life.” Credit: Betzy Velasco

“Everyone’s project had the perfect balance of black and white.  There was an intensity of emotion in each project that I appreciate.” – Tiana Marcano

Tiana sharing her statement, "Metamorphosis".  Credit:  Mara Catalan

Tiana sharing her statement, “Metamorphosis”. Credit: Mara Catalan

Please join our class on Tuesday, April 28th for the opening reception in the Principal’s Gallery at the High School of Fashion Industries to see our work and the work of our peers from the day program and Photo 1.

HSFI Gallery Opening on Tuesday, April 28, 3:30-5:30 PM.   High School of Fashion Industries Principal's Gallery, Room 821 225 West 24th Street, NYC

Please join us for Designing the Future:  An Exhibition of Student Photography                    Tuesday, April 28, 3:30-5:30 PM
The High School of Fashion Industries
Principal’s Gallery, Room 821
225 West 24th Street, NYC

 

 

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