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2014 Sony Photography Scholars announced

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We are thrilled to announce the winners of our 2014 Sony Scholarship competition. The competition, open to all levels of BFA Photography, pulled from a large expanse of students working within fashion, documentary, fine art, narrative and experimental video work. Charlotte Cotton and Thomas Werner served as judges for this highly competitive opportunity.

The Sony Photography Scholars are:
Patricia Lopez Ramos, Art & Idea
Diego Campos, Fashion & Culture
Danielle MacZynski, Social Engagement
Kevin Aranibar Molina, Video

About the judges:

Charlotte Cotton is a visiting scholar at Parsons.  She has held positions including head of the Wallis Annenberg Department of Photography at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, head of programming at The Photographers’ Gallery in London and curator of photographs at the Victoria and Albert Museum.  She is the author of The Photograph as Contemporary Art and founder of Words Without Pictures and Eitherand.org.

Thomas Werner is the former owner of Thomas Werner Gallery in Manhattan’s Chelsea Art District, currently lecturing internationally on topics of photography, fashion, education, and the art market. An Assistant Professor and past Photography Program Director at Parsons The New School for Design in New York, he has worked with the State Department as a cultural representative for the United States in Russia, and been a photography consultant for, COACH, Rodale Publishing, and numerous individual artists and photographers. Werner was a three time Director on the National Board of the American Society of Media Photographers, is the former President of ASMP’s New York Chapter, former President of the ASMP Foundation, and co-founder of ASMP’s nationwide Fine Art Specialty Group.

 

 Patricia Lopez Ramos, Art & Idea

Diego Campos, Fashion & Culture

Danielle MacZynski, Social Engagement

Kevin Aranibar Molina, video

(stills from “Inanimate Love”)

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