A Day in the Life

Spring 2018

For their first book, students were asked to record a day in their life with photos. They were encouraged to use a camera they could carry anywhere and that would allow them to be spontaneous, such as a smartphone camera. Prof. Cardinali advised students to photograph objects and scenes that looked interesting to them throughout the day, but that it was not necessary to make a linear documentation of their activities. This “day” might in actuality span two or three days, but the photographs should feel representative of one day.

Photo credit: Laura Olivier

Melancholy, by Bethany Aleckna

From Where I Stand, by Molly Anderson

Party in Your Pocket, by Samantha Elsaesser

Newmarket / Portsmouth, by Katie Ettinger-Curnan

Half Asleep, by Kae Lombardo

January, by Madison Madore

Sunday, by Mikayla Mallett

Untitled, by Loren Marple

A Walk Through the Sweet Trail, by Laura Olivier

i see, by Holly Pim

I’ll See You on the Dark Side of the Moon, by Jacqueline Rahl

Untitled, by Lauren Richardson

Sweet Serenity, by Julianna Sagliano

Untitled, by Jenn Swaine