Bridgid is a casual artist who enjoys sketching, painting, and photography in her free time. She enjoys bringing elements of the natural world into her work.
Enya likes to travel and take pictures of anything beautiful. She aspires to bring change to the world through her passion and cheerful personality.
Patrick Dóñez is a writer and photographer. He enjoys apples and other fruit.
Jimmy Feng is a mobile photographer - he takes pictures with smartphones only. “Photography is not just about expensive equipment,” he always says, “it’s all about noticing beautiful things around you and capture them with a phone that you carry with every day.” For this reason, many of his pictures are taken on Webb campus - where he lives every day.
Vicky likes photography, art, movies, and writings. She is the associate editor and social media director of Breakfast.
I'm Eric He. I am a music producer. I love playing loud electronic dance music in my dorm.
Nancy is a writer that loves philosophy and music. She is passionate about exploring the intersections between studies in humanities and music represented by diverse cultures.
mr. scott nichols
Raised in household believing in formal table manners and proper handshake etiquette, Scott Nichols finally broke away from the expectation he'd rise to become a corporate CEO and instead took a more creative and fulfilling path with his career when he arrived at Webb nearly ten years ago.
I really like to make images that confuse the eye, and blurred motion is an easy way to accomplish this. One can blur scenes in nature or on an athletic field, but the allure of having a professionally lit stage with two dozen skilled dancers is hard to pass up. This photo was made using a Canon 5D Mark III, 24-70mm f/2.8 lens, ISO 6400, f/22 at 1 second exposure.
Michael likes photography. He used to take pictures on his phone but now he has a camera.
These photos were taken during my trips to Japan. I was fortunate to arrive at the time of the once in a year cherry blossom, in Kyoto this year during Spring Break. I also stayed in Tokyo for a day or two. “Frozen” was taken on the plane flying from Boston to Tokyo, over the edge of North Pole area in Canada. “Tiny Wave off Kanagawa” is taken February Break last year with iPhone, the title is a tribute to Hokusai’s The Great Wave off Kanagawa. The rest of the photos were taken with a Sony Alpha 9, FE 24-105mm F4 G OSS lens, edited with Adobe Lightroom CC.
Jacob loves taking photos, even though he has never taken a photography class, and only recently received his first camera. He is passionate about nature, and enjoys spending time with his family in various National Parks around the country.
I took this photo of my brother at Taft Point in Yosemite National Park, as he stood looking out over the edge of a sheer 4,000 foot drop to the valley floor. The massive rock face directly opposite him is El Capitan, with the Merced River running through the middle of the valley. The view from the top is truly breathtaking.