Friday, December 21, 2007

Finding Grass - By Vanessa Hadford

Vanessa Hadford shares how she grew up learning to adapt to the ever changing world of home remodeling.

A Childhood in Arms

Caroline Hunton tells a story about growing up around guns.

Meet Caroline Hunton

Classmate Chris Thompson interviewed and produced this video on 2nd year student Caroline Hunton.

Saturday, December 15, 2007

Meet Michael Hardenbrook

Michael Hardenbrook is a second year photography major. Vanessa Hadford filmed Michael at the end of Fall quarter while Michael was volunteering to photograph children and families with Santa at the COPS N.E. center.

Friday, December 14, 2007

Meet Zebediah Sprague

Zebediah Sprague is a 2nd year student who maintains his California heritage. Classmate Jeff Ferguson interviewed and produced this video.

Keep it Green by Andy Thew

This project was submitted by Andy Thew as part of a Learning Community that was taught by Ira Gardner and Laura Reed Spring 07. The class combined English 101 and Photo 200. Andy's project was also presented to campus faculty as part of a talk by Ira on photography and sustainability during a Brown Bag Forum.

Meet Sarah Lufkin

Sarah Lufkin is a 2nd Year Photography student. Here is an interview piece filmed and edited by classmate Ali Sand.

A Horrible Year by Ali Sand

New photo student Ali Sand tells the story of her difficult year leading up to joining the SFCC Photography program.

Meet Carlena Hockersmith

Carlena Hockersmith is a 4th quarter student in the photography program. Classmate Jesse Wanskasmith created this short bio of Carlena.

Being New Mexico - Jesse Wanskasmith

Photo student Jesse Wanskasmith chronicled his recent trip to New Mexico and submitted this project for the Photo Media class.

Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Meet Chris Thompson

Chris Thompson is a 2nd year SFCC photography student. Classmate Caroline Hunton interviewed Chris and produced this short video for an assignment in PHOTO 200 Photo Media.

Friday, December 7, 2007

SNAP Calendar Project

SFCC Photo student Vanessa Hadford completed an independent study in social documentary photography. Vanessa worked with the Spokane Neihborhood Action Program to photograph people for a calendar that will be marketed to raise funds for SNAP programs dealing with poverty and homelessness. Here is a slideshow of some of Vanessa's photographs.

Altered Skin

SFCC Photojournalism student Brad Conant recently completed this multimedia project about a tattoo artist named Gus.