Winners of the 2018-2019 Northwest College High School Photography Contest, sponsored in conjunction with Roberts Camera of Indianapolis and PhotoVideoEDU, were recently selected from 645 images entered by 183 students from high schools throughout eight states.
This year’s first place prize of $100 was awarded to Guillermo Granados of Gresham High School in Portland, Oregon. Aubrey Johnson of Bozeman High School claimed the second place award of $75, and Delaney Ormsby, also of Bozeman High School, earned the third place prize of $50.
“This year’s contest yielded so many great images to choose from,” said Christine Garceau, NWC associate professor of photography. “If you see any of the winners, please congratulate them on their success.”
This year’s judges were Anthony Polvere, Jennifer Litterer-Treviño, Jayne Johnson, Craig Satterlee and Michaela Jones.
Polvere earned his bachelor’s in marketing and bachelor’s in social science from Pace University. In addition, he earned a bachelor’s in journalism, as well as a master’s in educational leadership from Northern Arizona University. He offers expertise in photojournalism, digital imaging, large format view camera, media and commercial portraiture. Polvere teaches both introductory and advanced photography classes at NWC and specializes in color photography and commercial portraiture.
Treviño earned her bachelor’s in journalism and theater from the University of Iowa, as well as her master’s in photography from Columbia College Chicago. As an instructor of photography at Northwest College, she offers expertise in food and product photography, as well as digital imaging and view camera. Treviño teaches both introductory and advanced photography classes and specializes in studio illustration and food photography.
As an alumna of NWC, Johnson earned her associate degree in photography. She offers expertise in technical support for all areas of analog and digital photography including image processing, electronic and analog image capture as well as electronic and hard copy output.
Satterlee, retired associate professor of photography, was an instructor of commercial photography, who began teaching at NWC in 1978. He earned his bachelor's from Montana State University and master's from the University of Iowa.
Jones earned her bachelor’s in English from the University of Wyoming. She joined NWC in 2017 as the communications/social media specialist.
From the pool of photos, the top 20 images have been printed and matted and are on display in the NWC Photographic Communications facilities until the end of April.
For more information about Photographic Communications at NWC, visit https://www.nwc.edu/sites/photo/.