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Amy Giese Solo Exhibit at Real Arts Ways in Hartford, CT

Congratulations to Full-time Faculty Member, Amy Giese, for her upcoming Solo Exhibit!

Opening Thursday,June 16th, 2011 from 6-8pm
Show Runs June 16th – August 14th
at Real Art Ways in Hartford, CT

“Last year I was selected as one of 6 emerging artists to plan and mount an exhibition in the galleries of Real Art Ways, an alternative arts organization in Hartford.  The experience has been amazing so far, and I am incredibly excited about the new work that I am creating for the show!  I will have an entire gallery to install my large scale silver gelatin murals and the accompanying sound piece, and the show will be up most of the summer.  The opening is a Thursday evening from 6-8pm and the other five artists selected will be debuting their work as well in the other galleries of Real Art Ways in conjunction with their Creative Cocktail Hour.  It should be an amazing time, and I’d love to see you if you can make the trek!”

– Amy Giese

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Sarah & Richard Elope

Scott Achs – Year 2, Term 3 Work
Follow this link to view more of Sarah & Richard:
http://www.scottachs.com/engagements/sarah-and-richard/

Sarah and Richard got married on a cold and snowy/rainy day in late March on Martha’s Vineyard.  It was a ceremony with an attendance of a bride, groom, justice of the peace, photographer, and the Hob Knob Inn keeper. Prior to the ceremony they played an intense game of checkers then after the vowels were exchanged they ventured out into the pouring rain with umbrella’s in hand.

– Scott Achs

Pop-Exhibition @ Tremont 647

Fine Art Color Photography Pop-Up Exhibition
Tremont 647, 647 Tremont Street, Boston, MA
Monday, May 16th from 6:00-8:00pm

Join New England School of Photography’s graduating Fine Art Color students as they exhibit selections from their final portfolios. A limited number of prints will be available for cash-only purchase on Monday, May 16th from 6:00-8:00pm at Tremont 647.

Complimentary hors d’oeuvres too!

Congratulations Manolo Sandoval!

Manolo Sandoval, second year NESOP student, receives award from the Magenta Foundation and SNAP! 2011 annual SNAP!Stars competition.

Manolo was presented with a cash award from TD Canada Trust and his image was auctioned at the SNAP! Live Auction benefit raising $1000 for charity!

Congrats Manolo!
See more work from Manolo on his blog: http://manolosandovalphotography.blogspot.com/

Captured Reflections

Rebecca Gutwin – Year 2, Terms 1 & 2
Website: www.rebeccakphotography.com

My recent fine art work combines the intersection of real spaces and reflected spaces.  Each dream-like photograph is found as I walk though neighborhoods and commercial centers, as if window shopping.  In each image, the viewer sees the objects behind the glass as well as the reflected, surrounding world.  Driven by consumerism, this intersection of two worlds is usually seen but not noticed.  While the sought after object may not be fulfilling (visually and in life), its combination with reflections from the outside world creates a new and beautiful reality.

-Rebecca Gutwin

Engagement in Granby, MA

Scott Achs – Second Year, Term 2 Work

Wedding Website: http://www.scottachsphotography.com
Engagement Gallery: http://www.scottachs.com/color-film/lesliejosh/

Jose Villa’s style as a wedding photographer is very inspirational to my engagement work. Working with medium format film is a wonderful fulfilling process. I will incorporate this style of imagery into my wedding business once I graduate NESOP.

– Scott Achs

Blizzard Portraits

Scott Achs – Second Year, Term 2 Work
Fine Art: http://www.scottachs.com
Weddings: http://www.scottachsphotography.com

I am inspired by snow,the more the better. When I see snow my immediate reaction is to go out in it and take pictures. I shot this handheld on a medium format Hasselblad for myself as it is my interpretation of what I love about snow and New England. If someone looks at these and is slightly inspired to go out and enjoy what most people despise then it serves a purpose for inspiration.

Jeff Browse, Tim Davis, with a touch of Stephen Shore, a splash of Avedon, and Jose Villa are massive influences on me. So great!


– Scott Achs