The catalyst for Brittany Cozzens to join Pinterest was simple enough.
As a junior at York Suburban High School, she became bored with drawing the same old still lifes in art class. Instead, Cozzens, who’s heading into her sophomore year as an advertising major at Temple University’s School of Media and Communication, scoured the web for tattoos, which she would recreate for her class projects. Pinterest, she decided, was the best way to keep her images organized.
Gino Canella knew he would be seeing the worst of nature’s fury this summer.
He had signed on with The Weather Channel as a producer and videographer to document the work of a Lancaster, Pa., non-profit devoted to helping people clean up after a natural disaster.
That’s how he found himself in the rubble left after a massive tornado leveled parts of Moore, Okla., May 20, just days after completing his master of arts degree in media studies and production.
With forecasts calling for devastating storms, Canella flew out to Indianapolis May 18, where he met up with the crew … Read more »
A photograph by senior journalism major Michelle Zei earned a “Best in Show” honor at the University of San Diego’s Trans-Border Institute’s Re-Imagining Borders Contest.
Her image of a religious site in the West Bank that shows Israelis and Palestinians entering the building on opposite sides of a security fence earned one of the top honors in the college student mobile device category.
The winners were invited to San Diego in April, where they were able to hear a lecture by photojournalist Jon Lowenstein of NOOR Images and attended a workshop that covered everything from composition to ethics.
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- Prof. Tharps selected for women faculty workshop
- Strategic Communication student earns PRSA’s Brodey Award
- SMC faculty earn merit awards
- SMC faculty honored with university, school awards
- Editing program preps students for summer internships