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Michael Dalton II, Class of 2013, First Place PhotoSpiva

Congratulations to Michael Dalton II, of the Class of 2013 for taking First Place in PhotoSpiva's 2014 Competition

Morgan Ashcom, Class of 2013 with MOSSLESS on

"The experience I had at Hartford will go unmatched for a long time. It offered challenging feedback on my work, and ultimately helped me change the way I make pictures."

Geoffrey Ellis, Class of 2013 on Feature Shoot

"Ellis presents a collection of images that we feel compelled to piece together, lingering like clues to a larger reveal and resonating with a tension and darkness akin to this mythic land of opportunity " - Amanda Gorence, Feature Shoot

Nelson Chan, Class of 2012, featured in Brink v1

Opening Reception Thursday, February 13 | 6–8pm Nelson Chan examines an aspect of the immigrant experience in a series that documents his parent’s bi-continental relationship.

Jörg Colberg in conversation with Dorothee Deiss, Class of 2013

“With my pictures, I hope to get the viewer into an emotional engagement, to induce compassion, human and social interest for people who do not necessarily fit into a perfect world.” – Dorothee Deiss

Scott Dalton, Class of 2013

Scott Dalton, Class of 2013 received a Director's Honorable Mention Award, in the Portraits 2014 call for entry juried by Amy Arbus for the The Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins, CO

Congratulations to Adam Long, Class of 2013

Adam Long, Class of 2013 received the Best of Show Purchase Award; “One by One” show juried by Eric Paddock, Curator of Photography, Denver Art Museum.

Michael Vahrenwald

Michael Vahrenwald is a photographer born in Davenport, Iowa.  He presently lives in New York City.  His work has been shown at the Whitney Museum, The Walker Art Center, The Carnegie Museum of Art, the Yale School of Architecture and the Nerman Museum.

Daniel Reuter, Class of 2013 & Peperoni Trade Editions

Daniel Reuter's "History of the Visit" is now out with Peperoni Trade Editions.