Posts Tagged photography
Irina Rozovsky, A’03, has become quite a success in the world of photography. Her recently published book, One To Nothing, portrays vivid images of humans interacting with and battling nature in Israel. To further explain the reasoning behind her work, Rozovsky enlightened her fans in an interview with Viewbook, a portfolio website builder. Listen to the interview here.
Recently, select Tufts students and faculty participating in research projects were awarded top prizes in the Visualizing Research at Tufts competition. Contestants of the competition, which was divided into categories of “Illustration,” “Photography” and “Non-Interactive Media,” used artistic mediums to capture their research.
The awards ceremony for the competition will showcase winning submissions and take place from 2-4 pm on Friday, April 29 at 51 Winthrop Street on the Medford campus.
A video of winning entries can be viewed here.
The blog offers readers a peek into the happenings of the vet school, not to mention a guaranteed pick-me-up after viewing the “awww”-inducing pictures of kittens and puppies.
She is featured in the foundation’s Exposures blog, where she discusses her role in “the entire process of getting an exhibition onto the walls of a gallery from start to finish.”