Feature Category – 2014 What We Do

A feature is defined as “a candid, un-posed photograph that reflects the human experience, celebrates life, or chronicles a cultural trend. Respect for the dignity of the subject is important.”

 

Congratulations to our feature category winners and honorable mentions!

 

First Place, Emily Kask

www.emilykask.com

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." Photo by 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.” Photo by Emily Kask

Second Place, Niki Walker

www.nikiwalkerphotography.com

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. Photo by 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. Photo by Niki Walker

Third Place, Evan Ortiz

www.evanmatthewortiz.com

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. Photo by Evan Ortiz

Hannah, 20, checks her phone while her girlfriend, Courtney, 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. Photo by Evan Ortiz

Honorable Mentions

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