Melissa Aldridge takes an intimate look into the human condition within public spaces. Through a series of street photography she explores people in their natural habitat and the relationship created in photos.
Students in Professor Lisa Phillips’ Feature Writing Class were assigned to profile people at the forefront of change: David Wilkes, self-taught artist and vice president of Roost Studios and Art Gallery, opens up about how his journey with photography led him to go to Ghana, West Africa. Sunlight poured in […]
In 2017, photojournalism students were challenged by professor Kimberly Ruth to capture street scenes of people and their interactions within their environment. This open ended assignment yielded artistic interpretations from Melissa Aldridge.
Daniel Labbato always had hair at different lengths, but it has never been as short as it is now. After growing his hair and facial hair for 18 months, it took him 15 hours to create 40 different documented haircuts in his project Still Me. Labbato is a SUNY New […]
By: Pamela Alvarez, Lindsey Claro, Michael Grob, Andrea Vendegna Description: This group used the Potter Box as well as other principles, to determine whether or not the release and distribution of the controversial photo taken of Lance Cpl. Bernard was ethical or not.
Since leaving Ulster County over 30 years ago, Renée Byer has become the senior photojournalist at the Sacramento Bee, won a Pulitzer Prize as well as a number of other awards. During the spring 2010 semester, journalism students at SUNY New Paltz will get the privilege of welcoming her […]
Emily Atkin Though the economy continues in a downward spiral, the food industry remains in tact. According to the US Department of Labor in their 2008-09 Occupational Outlook Handbook, jobs in the food industry grow faster than average occupations. The owner of “Paul’s Kitchen” (above) recently opened his first restaurant […]