Monthly Archives: June 2013

Loyalist grads amid the flooding in Alberta

Our thoughts are with our students and grads caught up in the flooding in Alberta. Taylor Weaver (class of 2010) is working in High River as a reporter/photographer and was forced to evacuate along with the town’s population. Taylor was … Continue reading

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Ian Willms, class of 2008 featured on Time’s Lightbox

Documentary photographer and Loyalist Class of 2008 Photojournalism grad Ian Willms has been given some nice exposure on Time’s Lightbox. Ian has been exploring the origins of the Mennonites in a long term personal project. Have a look at the … Continue reading

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Happy Fathers Day!

Happy Fathers Day, all you Photo J. For some of us, thinking about our dads today will have to do but……………………for those of you who are able, maybe shoot a frame or two. One day, one of you will be … Continue reading

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Bay of Quinte Tourism has a summer job for the right PhotoJ Student!

Bay of Quinte Tourism is looking for a Photojournalism student for a summer job. Here is the information in PDF form. The deadline is Monday June 17th. It could be a good fit for a student in the area for … Continue reading

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Congratulations to the Loyalist Photojournalism Class of 2013!

It is always difficult to say goodbye to our grads, but this year was especially difficult. The class of 2013 is as fine a group of students as we have had; great attitude, coachable, deep in talent and lots of … Continue reading

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The 2013 Loyalist College Photojournalism Awards of Excellence

Tomorrow, the ¬†Photojournalism Class of 2013 will trade in their Photo J ¬†t-shirt for a graduation gown, as we say goodbye to another great group of young people. The Loyalist College Photojournalism Program Faculty Awards of Excellence winners are proudly … Continue reading

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