by Keri Friedman ’98
Keri Friedman ’98 is a photographer living in Portland, Oregon. By day she works for Lensbaby, which she calls “one of the coolest photographic companies around.” All other times she is seeing and shooting with either her digital SLR, old film cameras, or camera phone.
by Tim Szlachetka '05
Tim Szlachetka ’05 says photography is something he has recently gotten more interested in. “I took a few classes when I was in high school,” he says, “but never really pursued it until about two years ago.” After graduating from Ithaca, Tim spent a few years living in San Diego and more recently moved to the east side of...
by Betsy Uhler '04
Betsy Uhler ’04 has been living and working in Los Angeles since graduating from Ithaca College. One of her recent hobbies is experimenting with her new underwater digital camera.
“This photo was the result of a series of experiments with underwater motion,” says Betsy. “It was a lot of fun to play with using the air bubbles...
by Cheryl Petruzzi Sheridan '84
Cheryl Petruzzi Sheridan ’84, owner and founder of Inprints Photography, has been documenting private and corporate events in the New York City area for over 10 years and recently relocated to Huntersville, North Carolina, just north of Charlotte. With the digital revolution in full force, Cheryl needed to reinvent herself and reluctantly...
by Stella Gilgur-Cook ’98
David walks down Ocean Parkway: benches full of old geezers like himself on one side, highway traffic on the other. The neighborhood children are running amuck, making their grandmothers shake their fists and predict inevitable deaths by truck flattening. In the past, he would have stopped by the throng of men surrounding the concrete chess...