PPCC photography portfolio exhibition 

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Students in Pikes Peak Community College's two-year AAS degree program will be exhibiting their senior portfolios in the creative commons in the Downtown Studio Campus. Exhibitors include Danielle Trina, Chelsea Wofford, Rylee Moore, Chandra Oliver, Jennifer Williams, Brenda von Lehmden, Dwan Petti, Elizabeth Montoya and Niki Crawford
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Rylee Moore
Rylee Moore: "In 2016, I decided to transform this lifelong hobby into a career by pursuing a photography degree. A deeper, undiscovered passion for photography emerged from the knowledge and skills I was given from my professors."
Danielle Thurman
Danielle Thurman: "My story is one of survival and faith and passion for capturing moments and being able to hold on to them. My story of survival is part of my past. My story of faith, is part of who I am in this moment, right now. My passion for capturing moments, those split seconds that come and go with the blink of an eye runs deep."
Jennifer Williams
Jennifer Williams: "Photography is not about shutter speeds and f-stops. A photographer is carefully measured by the heart. "
Niki Crawford
Niki Crawford: "I’ve truly always loved photography. I’ve been an amateur photographer since high school, and decided only three years ago to pursue it as a profession."
Brenda von Lehmden
Brenda von Lehmden: "I have been incredibly blessed to be able to travel to many places and I am glad to be able to share my experiences through my lens."
Chelsea Wolford
Chelsea Wolford: "I capture the true character and essence of the individual and tell their story."
Elizabeth Montoya Photography
Elizabeth Montoya: "Becoming a professional photographer was my dream come true. I work hard to deliver incredible photos of every event such as weddings, festivals, sports, dance, theater and many more."
Chandra Oliver
Chandra Oliver: "I live my life in the context of the military, striving to help the outsider understand this sub-culture of America while healing the insider by revealing the humanity known only by a warrior and their family. "
Dwan R. Petti, StoryLight Photography
Dwan R. Petti: "Photography allows me to record these tales in color and light. The images are tangible and yet fluid; capturing today’s moments and then taking on new life and new meaning as time moves forward."
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Rylee Moore
Rylee Moore: "In 2016, I decided to transform this lifelong hobby into a career by pursuing a photography degree. A deeper, undiscovered passion for photography emerged from the knowledge and skills I was given from my professors."

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