Northshore Students Shine in State Photography Contest

Inglemoor placed first as a team overall and Bothell tied for seventh.

  • Monday, May 27, 2019 8:30am
  • Life

Many Northshore School District students were recognized by the Washington State High School Photography Competition.

There were 1,528 students who competed, from 66 schools and 3,506 entries.

Inglemoor High School placed first as a team overall and Bothell High School tied for seventh. Students who placed in the top three for their category will have their work on display for the exhibit at the end of May at www.kenmorecamera.com. Finalists who placed first through sixth will also be online at www.wshspc.com.

Below are the results from Northshore students:

Traditional Silver Gelatin B&W

First Place – Maya Nair – Inglemoor

Abstract

First Place – Olivia Oomen – Inglemoor

Third Place – Luke Fasciano – Inglemoor

Animal

Third Place – Sophie Wisemore – Bothell

Fifth Place – Emily Carter – Inglemoor

Documentary/Photo Essay

Fourth Place – Sara Gonzalez – Inglemoor

Fifth Place – Sarah Klemczyk – Bothell

Sixth Place – Sydney Dunkel – Inglemoor

Still Life

First Place – Nicole Villamil – Inglemoor

Second Place – Felicity Harris – Inglemoor

Fourth Place – Josh Netelenbos – Inglemoor

Portrait

Fourth Place – Julie Ganbold – Inglemoor

Manipulation

First Place – Olivia Oomen – Inglemoor

Camera Phone

Fourth Place – Kai Smith – Inglemoor

Landscape

Second Place – Nathan Erlandson – Bothell

Fourth Place – Clare Larsen – Inglemoor

People

Fourth Place – Julie Ganbold – Inglemoor

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