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Program Portfolios

Program Portfolios

Photographs or it Didn't Happen
Barbara Fiocchi | Nov 17, 2012

Theater productions are temporal, here today gone tomorrow.  Your portfolio is one of the most important tools when it comes to getting more work.  Aside from your current work being the most important link to your next job!

Each grading period Production Design and Technology students are required to have a portfolio review.  This is a chance to present projects, talk about how they were engineered, finished, and how they fit into the production.  Photography is one of the most integral parts of this process.  We are lucky enough to have Professor Emeritus Robert Winters teaching our students the ins and outs of Performance Photography.  In his 50 plus years of teaching Professor Winters still brings his talents to our students.  The stunning photography that you see throughout this site, while not all by Professor Winters, it has all been influenced and guided by him.  

Professor Emeritus Robert Winters

It is true on the internet, as well as theater, photograph it or it didn't happen!

Follow this link to see a sampling of our work!

 
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