Brittni Stasiuk ’14 Finalist in Photographer’s Forum CompetitionApril 29, 2014
Senior Art History major Brittni Stasiuk '14 has been named a finalist in Photographer's Forum 34th Annual College & High School Photography Contest, sponsored by Nikon, USA.
Stasiuk, who also has a minor in studio art, took the photo in Conway, South Carolina.
The competition received more than 16,600 photographs from students in the United States, Canada, and around the world. The competition was judged by Christopher Broughton (Brooks Institute), Ann Cutting (Art Center College of Design), and William Snyder (Rochester Institute of Technology). The college and high school entries were judged separately, and the winners, honorable mentions, and all finalists of both competitions will be featured in a hardcover book of photography titled Best of College & High School Photography 2014.
During the fall of 2013, Stasiuk also presented a portfolio of her work at the Northeast Regional Society for Photographic Education conference in Portland, ME.
Established in 1977, Photographer's Forum magazine is an award-winning quarterly publication dedicated to quality reproduction photography in the United States and Canada. The magazine's website explains that each issue strives to facilitate communication and publication experience among emerging professionals.
For additional information about Photographer's Forum, and to view all winners and finalists of the photography competition, visit http://pfmagazine.com.
For more information, please contact Professor of Art Katharine Kreisher at 607-431-4828 or email@example.com.
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