Congratulations to all who participated, and those winning awards below!
To see a video featuring the winning works, click here
2018 Exemplary Award Winners 2D Art
Clarkstown North High School Photography–Diamond 13 Ribbons
|Anthony||Elkommos Youssef||Blue Skies||Bright Flare|
|Juliana||Feeney||Shadow Life||Striped Lake
|Sarah||Galvin||Reflection||Blowing In Wind
|Taylor||Haber||Taylor Haber Mountains|
|Andrea||Jakubowski||Andrea Jakubowski – Broken||Andrea Jakubowski – Self Portrait|
|Jessica||Lander||Jessica Lander Prague||Jessica Lander Bubbles||Jessica Lander Jack And Candle|
|Marissa||Sanfratello||Self Portrait 1||Self Portrait 2||Self Portrait 3|
|Ronit||Shah||Coffee Shop||Commute||Side By Side||Washed Out||Winnings|
Ronit Shah- Presidents Award- Criteria: Whose Entire Body Of Work Shows Noteworthy Content, A Creative Approach, Attention To Composition, A Command Of Craft, Is Visually And Technically Outstanding
As many of us struggle to make sense of the senseless acts of violence in Baton Rouge, St. Paul and Dallas over the past week, North alumni Maggie Andresen uses photography to lend a hand.
Maggie (daughter of our Librarian, Mrs. Dickerson) took this photo in New Orleans during a protest march this weekend. Maggie is interning with the Times Picayune newspaper for the summer. Her photo was picked up by Associated Press and was featured as the closing picture on last night’s ABC world news and CNN’s newshour.
Maggie graduated CHSN in 2013 and is studying photo journalism at Temple University in Philadelphia.