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Update from Arizona!

March 1, 2015 - 8:28pm -- StudioArtBlog
Mimi Murad (Class of 2014) is back doing what she loves! She moved across the country and is now a photographer for the Arizona Diamondbacks.  She's right in the action capturing photos of the MLB legends. As part of her job she photographs community events, equipment and spring training games.  She has already had her images published on the Diamondbacks website. You can see more of her work here: Diamondbacks Photogallery

SA/PH students at Lightwork Exhibit

January 29, 2015 - 12:57pm -- StudioArtBlog

A group of Studio Art and Photography students attended the recent exhibit at Lightwork in Syracuse.  The exhibit featured work of multidisciplinary artist Xavier Simmons.  Also on display were photographs by Klymentia Dymyd of the turmoil in Ukraine.  The exhibit will be up through March 5th at Lightwork. 

A Familiar Face on Flickr

September 21, 2014 - 9:10pm -- StudioArtBlog

Alex Benetel

Flickr recently announced their Top 20 Under 20 Photographers of 2014.  The list contains an impressive range of work from around the world, and a quick look through the work reveals a familiar face.  Cazenovia Photography student Brittany Juravich is the subject of one of Alex Benetel's photographs.  Benetel, an Australian photographer captured Brittany in the midst of New York City.  The unlikely connection of a Cazenovia student and an Australian photographer happened entirely through the power of social media and it's just one of the many connections Brittany has made with other photographers. 

Photography Alum Featured in PDN

May 13, 2014 - 10:33am -- StudioArtBlog

Hannah Morse (Class of 2010) has had an exciting spring! Not only will she be completing her MFA in Photography at the Savannah College of Art and Design, but she was also featured as an Emerging Photographer at PDN.  David Carol reviewed her work 'The Fifth Stage', describing her work as 'fascinating, revealing, insightful and important'.  You can head over to PDN to read the entire interview at: and see more of Hannah's work on her website.  All images © Hannah Morse. 


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