Arts and Literary Issue
by Stefan Malner '03
Stefan Malner ’03, is currently living and taking pictures in the greater Boston area. Water, reflections, textures, shapes, patterns, street art, and night photography are priorities for him. “Photography has become sort of an obsession where I feel like I am a hunter, tracking down some abstract prey with my camera—PETA-approved,...
by David Mitrou '96
David Mitrou ’96 (also Photography, Honorable Mention, "Still of the Night") is a partner in the McCormack Firm in Boston, where he practices a wide range of civil litigation. An avid outdoorsman, David loves wildlife photography. He captured this photo of a boy peering out of a bird blind...
by Nancy Shafer Felice '71
Nancy Shafer Felice ’71 says, “One of the most important lessons I learned at IC was how to take a leap of faith. That’s how I moved from a small town in central New York to Minneapolis, became a copywriter instead of an English teacher, and left a steady job at an ad agency to start my own freelance business 10 years ago. I’m...
by Elizabeth Weismantel Sciola '00, M.S. 01'
Elizabeth “Lisa” Weismantel Sciola ’00, M.S. ’01, lives in New Hampshire, where she works as an outpatient orthopedic physical therapist specializing in dance. She is just starting to focus on photography as a hobby; this photo was taken at her first night photo shoot.
by Wendy White Cleveland '70
We retired to the Deep South
with its switch grass and loblollies,
drawled talk in dogtrot houses,
winters without snow.
Nearing solstice, I survey fields
of spotty cotton balls
on battered stems,
not enough white to conjure
slopes of home.
As the Chattahoochee pulses