Picture of the Summer 2014, August 29, 2014

Congratulations to Emily Kask for winning First and Second place and Tom Brenner for winning third place.

Kayti Stadler, 28, lead vocalist with Key West Express and Lucky Dog, sings "The Star-Spangled Banner" at the Erie Playhouse in Erie, Pa., on June 26, 2014.

Kayti Stadler, 28, lead vocalist with Key West Express and Lucky Dog, sings “The Star-Spangled Banner” at the Erie Playhouse in Erie, Pa., on June 26, 2014.

 

Pfeiffer-Burleigh School seventh-grader Quintyn Rogers, 13, volunteers for a methane bubbles experiment during Chemistry Day at Northwest Pennsylvania Collegiate Academy in Erie on May 29. About 25 chemistry teachers and students from Collegiate hosted the annual event to teach chemistry through hands-on demonstrations and experiments to about 120 seventh graders from six city schools. EMILY KASK/

Pfeiffer-Burleigh School seventh-grader Quintyn Rogers, 13, volunteers for a methane bubbles experiment during Chemistry Day at Northwest Pennsylvania Collegiate Academy in Erie on May 29. About 25 chemistry teachers and students from Collegiate hosted the annual event to teach chemistry through hands-on demonstrations and experiments to about 120 seventh graders from six city schools. EMILY KASK/

 

Pilot Brooke Owen inflates his balloon using propane during the Saratoga County Fairgrounds Balloon Glow Show in Ballston Spa, N.Y. on Friday, June 20, 2014. Owen was among several other balloons that participated in the presentation.  (Tom Brenner/ Special to the Times Union)

Pilot Brooke Owen inflates his balloon using propane during the Saratoga County Fairgrounds Balloon Glow Show in Ballston Spa, N.Y. on Friday, June 20, 2014. Owen was among several other balloons that participated in the presentation. (Tom Brenner/ Special to the Times Union)

 

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Photos of Week Thirteen 5/2/14

Congratulations to Tom Brenner for placing First and to David Falconieri for placing second!

Rochester Institute of Technology student Sachin Gawande (cq) gets soaked by a garden hose during the Indian Holi Festival of Color on April 26, 2014 in Henrietta, New York.

Rochester Institute of Technology student Sachin Gawande (cq) gets soaked by a garden hose during the Indian Holi Festival of Color on April 26, 2014 in Henrietta, New York. Photo by Tom Brenner

JBain DaStar (Center), of Rochester, NY, performs with group members Ricardo Murray (Left), of Rochester, NY, and Marcus Montreal (Right), of Rochester, NY, at the Thirsty Frog, in Irondequoit, NY, on April 28, 2014.  They are members of New Tren Gang, an aspiring hip-hop group founded in Rochester, NY, and this was their second live performance. Photo by David Falconieri

JBain DaStar (Center), of Rochester, NY, performs with group members Ricardo Murray (Left), of Rochester, NY, and Marcus Montreal (Right), of Rochester, NY, at the Thirsty Frog, in Irondequoit, NY, on April 28, 2014. They are members of New Tren Gang, an aspiring hip-hop group founded in Rochester, NY, and this was their second live performance. Photo by David Falconieri

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Photos of Week Twelve 4/25/14

Congratulations to Josh Barber for winning First and Second Place this week!

Ashleigh Caruso gets a hit to face during a game against the RPI Engineers at the RIT Turf Field on Friday, April 11, 2014 in Henrietta, N.Y. (Josh Barber/RIT Sports Information)

Ashleigh Caruso gets a hit to face during a game against the RPI Engineers at the RIT Turf Field on Friday, April 11, 2014 in Henrietta, N.Y. (Josh Barber/RIT Sports Information)

Aaron Tompkins of the Saint Lawrence Saints competes in the men's 3,000-meter steeplechase during the 2014 Liberty League Track and Field Championship at Tiger Stadium on Saturday, April 19, 2014 in Henrietta, N.Y. (Josh Barber/RIT SportsZone)

Aaron Tompkins of the Saint Lawrence Saints competes in the men’s 3,000-meter steeplechase during the 2014 Liberty League Track and Field Championship at Tiger Stadium on Saturday, April 19, 2014 in Henrietta, N.Y. (Josh Barber/RIT SportsZone)

 

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Multimedia Category – 2014 What We Do

A multimedia piece is defined as “a  story or essay that reflects the human experience, celebrates life, or chronicles a cultural trend, or an important social, economic, or political issue.”

Congratulations to the winners and honorable mentions! Click on the link to view the story.

First Place, Niki Walker

Redefining Family from Niki Walker on Vimeo.

 

Second Place, Zack DeClerck

Bradley from Zack DeClerck on Vimeo.

 

Third Place, Evan Ortiz

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Honorable Mentions:

Bull of Black Mountain from Joe Philipson on Vimeo.

 

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2014 What We Do Winners

The 2014 What We Do photojournalism competition and exhibition was judged on Saturday, April 12, 2014 in Frank E. Gannett Hall on the RIT campus. The judges were selected by the RIT NPPA from a pool of alumni who have distinguished themselves in the photojournalism industry. The 2014 What We Do judges were Max Schulte, a Buffalo native, who has worked at the Democrat and Chronicle for 15 years, Edmund Fountain, a New Orleans based freelancer and Seth Gitner, an assistant professor in the Newspaper and Online Journalism department at the Newhouse School at Syracuse University.

The competition is produced and sponsored by the RIT NPPA and the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences; prizes have been sponsored by The Gitner Family, Nikon Professional Services and White House News Photographers Association.

Winning work will be on displayed in the Dyer Gallery at NTID. The awards reception will be held April 25, 2014 at 6 p.m.

The Gitner Family Award for Photojournalism

Portfolio – Niki Walker

http://www.nikiwalkerphotography.com

The Nikon Award Portfolio

Best Portfolio – Evan Ortiz

http://www.evanmatthewortiz.com

Picture Story

First Place – Joe Philipson

www.joephilipson.com

Second Place – Sarah Ann Jump

Third Place – Evan Ortiz

Honorable Mention – Zack DeClerck

Honorable Mention – Sarah Ann Jump

Feature

First Place – Emily Kask

Sister Grace Miller, right, calls residents "Handyman", left, and Elena, center, into her office to resolve a dispute on Tuesday, December 17, 2013. Handyman was intoxicated and referred to Elena, who has breast cancer, as a "cancerous bitch."

Sister Grace Miller, right, calls residents “Handyman”, left, and Elena, center, into her office to resolve a dispute on Tuesday, December 17, 2013. Handyman was intoxicated and referred to Elena, who has breast cancer, as a “cancerous bitch.”

Second Place – Niki Walker

In the middle of teaching a lesson on December 5, 2013, Zakaria L. [last name withheld], 11, embraces Rebecca Zacherl (CQ.) According to Pearson, an international education company, teachers who add value to the classroom experience are crucial for student success, both academically and socially.

In the middle of teaching a lesson on December 5, 2013, Zakaria L. [last name withheld], 11, embraces Rebecca Zacherl (CQ.) According to Pearson, an international education company, teachers who add value to the classroom experience are crucial for student success, both academically and socially.

Third Place – Evan Ortiz

Hannah Kanik, 20, checks her phone while her girlfriend, Courtney DiStasio, 20, looks out the window when they wake up in the morning. Courtney and Hannah’s relationship have been both affirming to one another, but Hannah’s turbulent lifestyle leaves Courtney drained sometimes.

Hannah Kanik, 20, checks her phone while her girlfriend, Courtney DiStasio, 20, looks out the window when they wake up in the morning. Courtney and Hannah’s relationship have been both affirming to one another, but Hannah’s turbulent lifestyle leaves Courtney drained sometimes.

Honorable Mentions – Tom Brenner, Evan Ortiz

News

First Place – Zack DeClerck

Pregnant woman involved in a four-car accident on South Avenue, Rochester, NY on July 31, 2013. Paramedics secure her to a stretcher. Photo by Zack DeClerk

Pregnant woman involved in a four-car accident on South Avenue, Rochester, NY on July 31, 2013. Paramedics secure her to a stretcher. Photo by Zack DeClerk

Second Place – Tom Brenner

A young plunger belly flops into icy water during the Rochester Polar Bear Plunge at Charlotte Beach in Rochester, New York on February 9, 2014. Photo by Tom Brenner

A young plunger belly flops into icy water during the Rochester Polar Bear Plunge at Charlotte Beach in Rochester, New York on February 9, 2014. Photo by Tom Brenner

Third Place – Rugile Kaladyte

A young woman outside her home reacts to Lieutenant Eric Paul and his officers arresting two men suspected of carrying a weapon on Nov. 19, 2013, in Rochester, N.Y. The two individuals were released immediately after it was determined that they were not who the police were looking for. Photo by Rugile Kaladyte

A young woman outside her home reacts to Lieutenant Eric Paul and his officers arresting two men suspected of carrying a weapon on Nov. 19, 2013, in Rochester, N.Y. The two individuals were released immediately after it was determined that they were not who the police were looking for. Photo by Rugile Kaladyte

Honorable Mention – Dan Witkowski

The last day of the New York State Fair on September 2nd, 2013 in Syracuse, NY. Photo by Dan Witkowski

The last day of the New York State Fair on September 2nd, 2013 in Syracuse, NY. Photo by Dan Witkowski

Sports Action

First Place – Rugile Kaladyte

Gerald Visconti of the OCFCU Cycling Project takes a spill into a mud puddle during the Masters Men 40+ at the Cobb's Hill cyclocross race at Cobb's Hill Park on Sunday, Oct. 6, 2013. Cyclocross consists of many laps in which cyclists ride over pavement, grass, steep hills, and obstacles in which they quickly dismount and navigate the obstruction. "They changed the course last minute, I went right into the water. Whoosh!" said Visconti. Photo by Rugile Kaladyte

Gerald Visconti of the OCFCU Cycling Project takes a spill into a mud puddle during the Masters Men 40+ at the Cobb’s Hill cyclocross race at Cobb’s Hill Park on Sunday, Oct. 6, 2013. Cyclocross consists of many laps in which cyclists ride over pavement, grass, steep hills, and obstacles in which they quickly dismount and navigate the obstruction. “They changed the course last minute, I went right into the water. Whoosh!” said Visconti. Photo by Rugile Kaladyte

Second Place – Tom Brenner

Rochester Institute of Technology co-captain Ben Lynch-#15 scores a goal against University of Michigan during the Brick City Homecoming game on October 12, 2014 at the Blue Cross Arena in Rochester, New York. Photo by Tom Brenner

Rochester Institute of Technology co-captain Ben Lynch-#15 scores a goal against University of Michigan during the Brick City Homecoming game on October 12, 2014 at the Blue Cross Arena in Rochester, New York. Photo by Tom Brenner

Third Place – Flannery Allison

Kurt Spiegel a junior at Rochester Institute of Technology bangs heads with Gabriel Kilongo a junior at Bard College during a MenÍs soccer game between RIT and Bard College in Henrietta, New York on October 4, 2013, which ended with a final score of 4-0 RIT. Photo by Flannery Allison

Kurt Spiegel a junior at Rochester Institute of Technology bangs heads with Gabriel Kilongo a junior at Bard College during a MenÍs soccer game between RIT and Bard College in Henrietta, New York on October 4, 2013, which ended with a final score of 4-0 RIT. Photo by Flannery Allison

Honorable Mention – Josh Barber

Lasan Kromah #20 of the Conneticut Huskies and Langston Galloway #10 of the Saint Joseph's Hawks collide during the second round of the 2014 NCAA Division I Basketball Championships at First Niagara Center on Thursday, March 20, 2014 in Buffalo, N.Y. Photo by Josh Barber

Lasan Kromah #20 of the Conneticut Huskies and Langston Galloway #10 of the Saint Joseph’s Hawks collide during the second round of the 2014 NCAA Division I Basketball Championships at First Niagara Center on Thursday, March 20, 2014 in Buffalo, N.Y. Photo by Josh Barber

Sports Feature

First Place – Niki Walker

Jennifer Holfeltz, 40, rests following a 13-hour day of varsity cheerleading in Buffalo, NY, on March 1, 2014. Three of her daughters cheer competitively. "They eat, breathe, and sleep this," she commented. Photo by Niki Walker

Jennifer Holfeltz, 40, rests following a 13-hour day of varsity cheerleading in Buffalo, NY, on March 1, 2014. Three of her daughters cheer competitively. “They eat, breathe, and sleep this,” she commented. Photo by Niki Walker

Second Place – Emily Kask

Binnington and Mother

Third Place – Josh Barber

The RIT men's cross country team cheers before the University of Rochester Invitational cross country meet at Genesee Valley Park in Rochester, N.Y., on Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013. Photo by Josh Barber

The RIT men’s cross country team cheers before the University of Rochester Invitational cross country meet at Genesee Valley Park in Rochester, N.Y., on Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013. Photo by Josh Barber

Honorable Mention – Rugile Kaladyte

Heather Colby of the Fredonia State Blue Devils rests by the side of the pool after a dive in competition during the 2014 NCAA Division III Diving Regional for Region 4 at Judson Pool on Friday, Feb. 28, 2014 in Henrietta, N.Y. Colby finished 10th in the 1-meter competition. Photo by Rugile Kaladyte

Heather Colby of the Fredonia State Blue Devils rests by the side of the pool after a dive in competition during the 2014 NCAA Division III Diving Regional for Region 4 at Judson Pool on Friday, Feb. 28, 2014 in Henrietta, N.Y. Colby finished 10th in the 1-meter competition. Photo by Rugile Kaladyte

Honorable Mention – Emily Kask

Members of RIT Tigers women's hockey team dance to Pitbull's "Timber" after winning the CHA Championship at Mercyhurst Ice Center on Saturday, March 8, 2014 in Erie, Pa. Photo by Josh Barber

Members of RIT Tigers women’s hockey team dance to Pitbull’s “Timber” after winning the CHA Championship at Mercyhurst Ice Center on Saturday, March 8, 2014 in Erie, Pa.

Portrait/Illustration

First Place – Zack DeClerck

"My son is ashamed of me because I'm a drunk... You Can't Blame him really.. I'm not a bad person though." Bradley Loce, 56, is a life long resident of Rochester, NY, where he currently resides at the Dorothy Day House. Bradley has suffered from alcoholism since his early teens and has struggled with chronic homelessness. The Dorothy Day House has been in place since 2012, providing a housing first solution for people that are on the streets. Photo by Zack DeClerk

“My son is ashamed of me because I’m a drunk… You Can’t Blame him really.. I’m not a bad person though.”
Bradley Loce, 56, is a life long resident of Rochester, NY, where he currently resides at the Dorothy Day House. Bradley has suffered from alcoholism since his early teens and has struggled with chronic homelessness. The Dorothy Day House has been in place since 2012, providing a housing first solution for people that are on the streets. Photo by Zack DeClerk

Second Place – Josh Barber

Ben Lynch #15 of the RIT Tigers men's hockey team and Celeste Brown #24 of the RIT Tigers women's hockey team pose for a portrait at Rochester Institute of Technology on Monday, Oct. 7, 2013 in Henrietta, N.Y. Photo by Josh Barber

Ben Lynch #15 of the RIT Tigers men’s hockey team and Celeste Brown #24 of the RIT Tigers women’s hockey team pose for a portrait at Rochester Institute of Technology on Monday, Oct. 7, 2013 in Henrietta, N.Y. Photo by Josh Barber

Third Place – Matt Burkhartt

12 year old Logan French of Canandaigua poses for a portrait on his bike at the Farmington Town Park during the Farmington 4th of July celebration July 3, 2013. Photo by Matt Burkhartt

12 year old Logan French of Canandaigua poses for a portrait on his bike at the Farmington Town Park during the Farmington 4th of July celebration July 3, 2013. Photo by Matt Burkhartt

Honorable Mentions – Sarah Ann Jump

Multimedia

First Place, Niki Walker

Redefining Family from Niki Walker on Vimeo.

 

Second Place, Zack DeClerck

Bradley from Zack DeClerck on Vimeo.

 

Third Place, Evan Ortiz

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Honorable Mentions:

Bull of Black Mountain from Joe Philipson on Vimeo.

 

 

 

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Portfolio Category – 2014 What We Do

Congratulations to Niki Walker for winning the Gitner Family Award for Photojournalism and to Evan Ortiz for winning The Nikon Award Portfolio

Gitner Family Award for Photojournalism

Niki Walker’s winning portfolio:

nikiwalkerphotography.com

The Nikon Award Portfolio

Evan Ortiz’s winning portfolio:

www.evanmatthewortiz.com

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Picture Story – 2014 What We Do

Congratulations to the winners and honorable mentions!

First Place

Bound by Joe Philipson

www.joephilipson.com

Push a button. A buzzer disengages the locks to a large metal door. An escort appears at the door and leads you into the basement of an industrial complex in downtown Rochester, NY. At the bottom of the staircase a new world opens of language, culture, and ritual, hidden behind masks, fake names, and fantasy roles. Beneath the ground, and only at night, lies the northeast’s premier dungeon that centers itself on a life of bondage and discipline, dominance and submission, sadism and masochism, more commonly referred to as “BDSM”.

After a number of conversational interviews, I was initiated as one of the newest members of the Rochester Kink Society. What started as simple interest has turned into a photographic journey. The pleasure in pain was visually like nothing else I had seen. The prurient bond between master and slave intrigued me as I wanted to understand what it was that gave people this emotional and physical fulfillment. I learned that BDSM is more than just pain and perversion. For some, it is a way of coping with past traumas. For others, it is a way of engaging in the primal, violent behaviors that society deems taboo. BDSM can be a way of obtaining control in a life where there may be none or where persons of power comes to give up control and willfully place themselves at the mercy of another as a display of trust and love.

*To protect the identity and the privacy of the individuals in this community I have substituted their real names with their “scene names.”

Second Place

New Roots by Sarah Ann Jump

www.sarahannjump.com

Nyirazana Munyarugero, a widowed mother of six from the Democratic Republic of Congo, arrived in the United States with her children and brother on February 4, 2014. After fleeing their country, the family of eight hopes to be able to live in peace in America.

Third Place

Because Hannah Means Graceful by Evan Ortiz

www.evanmatthewortiz.com

It’s quite common in college to question yourself as you start a new chapter in your life. Sometimes who you want to be and who you are don’t match up, and for Hannah this means a long battle with depression, bulimia, medication abuse, and alcohol. In her journey to learn how to care for herself, Hannah has started to develop an understanding of what it means to need someone and to know that it is ok to rely on another person. While there still is a long way for Hannah to be the person she wants to be, her relationship with her girlfriend Courtney, has helped her see something worth living for.

Honorable Mentions:

Bradley by Zack DeClerck

Mary’s Place by Sarah Ann Jump

Mary’s Place, a non-profit refugee outreach center in Rochester, NY, offers many essentials to families as they arrive in America for the first time, but most importantly provides a welcoming community for people from over the world.

 

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Portrait/Illustration Category – 2014 What We Do

This category is defined as “a photograph that is contrived, posed or otherwise set-up in any way. Digital and photographic manipulation is allowed. A photograph may be used as source material for the conceptual illustration, or the photograph may be totally artificially produced. Food photography, still life, portraits and heavily manipulated imagery are all examples of this category.”

Congratulations the winners and honorable mentions!

First Place, Zack DeClerck

http://zackdeclerck.tumblr.com/

"My son is ashamed of me because I'm a drunk... You Can't Blame him really.. I'm not a bad person though." Bradley Loce, 56, is a life long resident of Rochester, NY, where he currently resides at the Dorothy Day House. Bradley has suffered from alcoholism since his early teens and has struggled with chronic homelessness. The Dorothy Day House has been in place since 2012, providing a housing first solution for people that are on the streets. Photo by Zack DeClerk

“My son is ashamed of me because I’m a drunk… You Can’t Blame him really.. I’m not a bad person though.”
Bradley Loce, 56, is a life long resident of Rochester, NY, where he currently resides at the Dorothy Day House. Bradley has suffered from alcoholism since his early teens and has struggled with chronic homelessness. The Dorothy Day House has been in place since 2012, providing a housing first solution for people that are on the streets. Photo by Zack DeClerk

Second Place, Josh Barber

www.joshbarber.com

Ben Lynch #15 of the RIT Tigers men's hockey team and Celeste Brown #24 of the RIT Tigers women's hockey team pose for a portrait at Rochester Institute of Technology on Monday, Oct. 7, 2013 in Henrietta, N.Y. Photo by Josh Barber

Ben Lynch #15 of the RIT Tigers men’s hockey team and Celeste Brown #24 of the RIT Tigers women’s hockey team pose for a portrait at Rochester Institute of Technology on Monday, Oct. 7, 2013 in Henrietta, N.Y. Photo by Josh Barber

Third Place, Matt Burkhartt

www.mattburkhartt.com

12 year old Logan French of Canandaigua poses for a portrait on his bike at the Farmington Town Park during the Farmington 4th of July celebration July 3, 2013. Photo by Matt Burkhartt

12 year old Logan French of Canandaigua poses for a portrait on his bike at the Farmington Town Park during the Farmington 4th of July celebration July 3, 2013. Photo by Matt Burkhartt

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News Category – 2014 What We Do

A news photograph is defined as “a photograph from a news event, social issue for which planning was possible, or breaking news or unplanned event taken in the course of daily coverage.”

Congratulations to our winners and honorable mentions!

First Place, Zack DeClerck

http://zackdeclerck.tumblr.com/

Pregnant woman involved in a four-car accident on South Avenue, Rochester, NY on July 31, 2013. Paramedics secure her to a stretcher. Photo by Zack DeClerk

Pregnant woman involved in a four-car accident on South Avenue, Rochester, NY on July 31, 2013. Paramedics secure her to a stretcher. Photo by Zack DeClerk

Second Place, Tom Brenner

A young plunger belly flops into icy water during the Rochester Polar Bear Plunge at Charlotte Beach in Rochester, New York on February 9, 2014. Photo by Tom Brenner

A young plunger belly flops into icy water during the Rochester Polar Bear Plunge at Charlotte Beach in Rochester, New York on February 9, 2014. Photo by Tom Brenner

Third Place, Rugile Kaladyte

A young woman outside her home reacts to Lieutenant Eric Paul and his officers arresting two men suspected of carrying a weapon on Nov. 19, 2013, in Rochester, N.Y. The two individuals were released immediately after it was determined that they were not who the police were looking for. Photo by Rugile Kaladyte

A young woman outside her home reacts to Lieutenant Eric Paul and his officers arresting two men suspected of carrying a weapon on Nov. 19, 2013, in Rochester, N.Y. The two individuals were released immediately after it was determined that they were not who the police were looking for. Photo by Rugile Kaladyte

Honorable Mention, Dan Witkowski

www.danielwitkowskiphoto.com

The last day of the New York State Fair on September 2nd, 2013 in Syracuse, NY. Photo by Dan Witkowski

The last day of the New York State Fair on September 2nd, 2013 in Syracuse, NY. Photo by Dan Witkowski

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Sports Action Category – 2014 What We Do

Congratulations to our winners and honorable mention!

 

First Place, Rugile Kaladyte

Gerald Visconti of the OCFCU Cycling Project takes a spill into a mud puddle during the Masters Men 40+ at the Cobb's Hill cyclocross race at Cobb's Hill Park on Sunday, Oct. 6, 2013. Cyclocross consists of many laps in which cyclists ride over pavement, grass, steep hills, and obstacles in which they quickly dismount and navigate the obstruction. "They changed the course last minute, I went right into the water. Whoosh!" said Visconti. Photo by Rugile Kaladyte

Gerald Visconti of the OCFCU Cycling Project takes a spill into a mud puddle during the Masters Men 40+ at the Cobb’s Hill cyclocross race at Cobb’s Hill Park on Sunday, Oct. 6, 2013. Cyclocross consists of many laps in which cyclists ride over pavement, grass, steep hills, and obstacles in which they quickly dismount and navigate the obstruction. “They changed the course last minute, I went right into the water. Whoosh!” said Visconti. Photo by Rugile Kaladyte

Second Place, Tom Brenner

Rochester Institute of Technology co-captain Ben Lynch-#15 scores a goal against University of Michigan during the Brick City Homecoming game on October 12, 2014 at the Blue Cross Arena in Rochester, New York. Photo by Tom Brenner

Rochester Institute of Technology co-captain Ben Lynch-#15 scores a goal against University of Michigan during the Brick City Homecoming game on October 12, 2014 at the Blue Cross Arena in Rochester, New York. Photo by Tom Brenner

Third Place, Flannery Allison

www.flanneryallison.com

Kurt Spiegel a junior at Rochester Institute of Technology bangs heads with Gabriel Kilongo a junior at Bard College during a MenÍs soccer game between RIT and Bard College in Henrietta, New York on October 4, 2013, which ended with a final score of 4-0 RIT. Photo by Flannery Allison

Kurt Spiegel a junior at Rochester Institute of Technology bangs heads with Gabriel Kilongo a junior at Bard College during a MenÍs soccer game between RIT and Bard College in Henrietta, New York on October 4, 2013, which ended with a final score of 4-0 RIT. Photo by Flannery Allison

Honorable Mention, Josh Barber

www.joshbarber.com

Lasan Kromah #20 of the Conneticut Huskies and Langston Galloway #10 of the Saint Joseph's Hawks collide during the second round of the 2014 NCAA Division I Basketball Championships at First Niagara Center on Thursday, March 20, 2014 in Buffalo, N.Y. Photo by Josh Barber

Lasan Kromah #20 of the Conneticut Huskies and Langston Galloway #10 of the Saint Joseph’s Hawks collide during the second round of the 2014 NCAA Division I Basketball Championships at First Niagara Center on Thursday, March 20, 2014 in Buffalo, N.Y. Photo by Josh Barber

 

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