Edmonds CC art gallery to feature six alumni

gallery-spring-2014-1000Edmonds Community College’s art gallery this spring will feature photos from six alumni — Katelyn Campen, Emily Getts, Felix Hidajat, Jordan Ingmire, Brian Oh, and Matt Verzola — in a group exhibit titled “Looking Back.”

It opens April 7 and continues through May 2 in the college’s art gallery on the third floor of Lynnwood Hall. A reception with the artists is 4-6 p.m., Fri., April 18 in the college art gallery.

The exhibit provides viewers an opportunity to examine what has transpired in Edmonds Community College photography students’ lives after leaving the campus.

Here’s a brief look at the artists:

  • Emily Getts graduated from Western Washington University’s Photography program. She is a freelance photographer based in Seattle for five years.

  • Katelyn Compen, a former contractor for Google, has built a freelance career with an emphasis in wedding and portraiture.

  • Matt Verzola is a photographer and student in the Design program at Cornish College for the Arts. His work includes numerous environmental portrait projects.

  • Brian Oh graduated from the University of Washington’s Photography program and is a freelance photographer and creative director for Ziibra.

  • Jordan Ingmire is a freelance photographer whose clients include ESPN, Red Bull, Arbor, Volcom, and La Tabla.

  • Felix Hidajat, a fashion and editorial photographer based in Seattle, is a student in the Photography program at Seattle University.

The exhibit is sponsored by the college’s library, the Visual Arts department, and the Center for Student Engagement and Leadership.

The gallery is open 7:30 a.m.-9 p.m., Monday-Thursday, 7:30 a.m.-2 p.m., Friday, and 1-5 p.m., weekends. For more information about the exhibit, call 425.640.1744 or go to www.edcc.edu/gallery. For directions to the college, see www.edcc.edu/campus.

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