NESOP advanced silver black & white portfolio finals: my graduating class 2010

A brief description of my program at NESOP

Fine Art—Black & White Photography [major or minor]
This program is designed to extend the technical and visual abilities of students looking to establish themselves as fine art black & white photographers. Students are encouraged to explore the seemingly endless array of tools available to them as they discover the visual path of their work—from various camera formats and film types to unique processing methods and the wide variety of paper and other substrate choices. Considering the concept of “art” and viewing artwork of all disciplines through gallery and museum visits plays an essential role in this course sequence. All students in this program are required to submit their work to student exhibitions and calls for entry.

For more information and to enroll please go to, the fine art, black and white section of the NESOP website.

Fantastic work from my students this year!

Here are some highlights with links to each students website.

Click around and please let them know what you think!

(in order of most recent at the top)

Number 6 and final of my majors to make it through was Jami Harper

Can 1,2,3 & 4, silver gelatin prints and mixed media by Jami Harper

Can 2, silver gelatin print by Jami Harper

Can 1, silver gelatin print by Jami Harper

Number 5 to make it through was Jaimie Varasconi

Umbrella Wire #7, Silver Gelatin Print by Jaimie Varasconi

Umbrella Wire #4, Silver Gelatin Print by Jaimie Varasconi

Number four to make it through was Matthew Murphy

Number three to make through was Chandra Guthro

Number two to make it through was Meghan Taylor

Below is the first of my students to make it through the gauntlet of our portfolio reviews.

Geoglyph Series, silver gelatin and mixed media triptych (3 of 20 in a series) by Olivia Carpenito

Olivia Carpenito

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~ by Stephen Sheffield on June 2, 2010.

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