The Photographic Thesis course / project has the students exploring a chosen topic through the production of 15 - 20 images on their theme. The following are just a few samples of the varied themes and imagery that you can expect to see as the students present their images "on the big screen". Twenty students will be presenting their results . . . come and see what they have created.
Yesan Hem - - designed original movie posters for fictitious movies of varied genres.
Nikita Gushue - - chose to create tributes to people in the entertainment world.
Jeanette Janzen - - photographed fifteen individuals who live on the streets of Edmonton, chosen to illustrate specific characteristics such as persistence, humour, gentlenesss, strength, and more.
Gord Heatley - - focused his camera and his attention to the theme of "Marking Time".
Karmen Meyer - - took her joy of reading as the impetus to create photographs that reflect stories she has read, with the depictions being led by a scene, or an emotion, or a motif from the story.
Bobbi Ryan - - went with a theme of "umbrellas".
Kristen Bass - - chose the theme of "Timeless Vanity" which was her homage to the work of fashion photographers from the 1920's through to the 1960's.
Kevin Stachniak - - photographed "Alberta Wild", landscapes from around the province.
The preceding images give some sense of the variety, and the quality of the photographic imagery that you can expect at the Annual Thesis Night. Join us if you can.