Four Student Photography Pieces Chosen for Exhibit

Four students from the US Digital Photography 1 and AP Photo classes have had their work chosen to be in the 31st Annual Fort Worth Country Day Black & White Photography Show.
Nicho Adams '19 - Nature/Animals (lioness)
Cameron Cook '20 - Nature/Animals (butterfly)
Natalie Kellogg '19 - Still Life (pumpkins)
Mia Vasquez '21 - Still Life (basketball hoop)

The Black & White Photography Show is an annual juried exhibition for high school photography students attending public and private schools in Denton, Dallas and Tarrant counties. The exhibit at FWCD began 31 years ago as a forum to exchange ideas and exhibit current work with peers. This year, the contest was judged by the Senior Curator of Photographs at the Amon Carter Museum and published author, Dr. John Rorhbach. This interview with Luxe Interior Design Magazine opens a window into Dr. Rorhbach's philosophy and thoughts about photography:
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