Student Work


 

 

Master the techniques of the evolving medium of photography, and you'll comprehend its profound effect on our culture and world.
From exposure to ideas to ideas on exposure... at Ringling College of Art and Design, discover the power of your own photographic voice along with the tools of your trade. From the creative, controlled environment of a studio shoot to the experiential side of going on location, you will explore photography from every angle. From traditional darkroom techniques, to the endless possibilities stemming from the creative manipulation of images using the newest computer software - you will have at Ringling College the artistic freedom to explore many of the options available to today's professional photographer. 

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Senior Thesis Work 

Graduate Profiles 

International Center of Photography (ICP) 

 

OTHER VIDEOS: Fashion Elective Documentary - Student Produced Film

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Six Photography and Imaging Alumni Included in International Photography Exhibition

Sept. 28, 2014 - Photography and Imaging alumni Athena Torri (2011), Stefan Batista (2011), Ari Gabel (2012), Karen Arango (2013), Dylan Johnston (2013) and Samantha Harthoorne (2013) are part of an exhibition entitled "Exploring New Worlds" in conjunction with the Breda International Photo Festival in the Netherlands.  

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Ringling College Photography Students Awarded Scholarships from the International Center for Photography

August 1, 2014 - Two Ringling College students from the Photography and Digital Imaging (PDI) major were awarded scholarships from the International Center for Photography (ICP).

PDI rising senior Kathryn Harrison received the Hillman Award, which is the International Center for Photography's top award in their general studies program.  Kathyrn and classmate Rachel Kuzma ('15, Photography and Digital Imaging) also won two of the three prestigious Alan L. Model Scholarships this past year for their excellent work in the program.

Along with her scholarship, Rachel was also selected to have her image on the cover of ICP's annual Shift publication. 

Both Kathryn and Rachel studied this past year at ICP in New York City through Ringling College's special affiliation with the organization. 

For more information about Ringling affiliation with ICP click here.

Visit ICP's website

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SHIFT vol. 9 is the catalogue of the 2014 graduating students of ICP in all three certificate and degree programs. It covers a unique mix of subjects in contemporary photography, curated and published by the International Center of Photography.