The Julius Shulman Institute and AIA San Fernando Valley has announced seven students as the winners of the 2018 Framing Urban Landscapes photography competition. Open to all students of Architecture in Southern California, the competition celebrates student understanding and appreciation of photography of the built environment. The competition provides opportunities for student photographers to contribute to the discourse on urban image-making.
First Place: Luz Auyon
Second Place: Storm Campo
Third Place: Jinia Sarker
Fourth Place: Christina Hacopian
Students will be presented with their awards during the opening of Above and Behind: The Architectural Photography of Benny Chan at WUHO Gallery on Saturday May 12th. The 2018 jurors included Emily Bills, Benny Chan, Anne Garrison, Paul Groh, Juergen Nogai, and Gina Valona.
The Julius Shulman Institute
Architectural photographer Julius Shulman founded the Institute at Woodbury University in 2005 spurred by his passion for education. His endowment supports students, career artists, and commercial photographers who encourage us to look at our physical environment from a unique and critical perspective. In pursuit of this mission, the Institute offers public programming, including exhibitions, workshops and symposia, disseminates information through publication and diverse media, as well as supporting scholarships and awarding excellence.