by Sarah Sabo
Ignited by the challenge to create images that surpass their expectations, the graduates of Seneca College’s Independent Digital Photography program are excited to show their work for the first time in a gallery setting in Toronto (The Dylan Ellis Gallery, 1840 Danforth Ave) from April 4 through 12. The 2015 Grad show is a compilation of the best images taken during their time at the college, the ones that have inspired them and pushed them forward as photographers.
Over the last 16 weeks, the students at Seneca have been working hard to put together their 2015 Grad Show. From curating to printing, students have been able to see what goes into this kind of endeavour. Partnering with Bob Carnie Printing & The Dylan Ellis Gallery, students were able to participate in the printing process from test prints, to final image production, to seeing their work matted and ready for the gallery wall.
In many ways the Grad Show signifies both a celebration of the strides that the graduates have made so far, as well as the first potential stepping stone into the industry. We could not be more excited to show our work and share our passion for photography.
The Seneca @ York Independent Digital Photography Program is a two-year diploma course that prepares students for a freelance career and provides them with the necessary skill set to work in a multidisciplinary studio. Photo Life is proud to partner with Seneca students to document their journey through the school curriculum.