Sycamore Students Win Big At Montgomery Photo Contest
Five Sycamore High School students were winners in the 30th annual EXPOSURE: Montgomery photography competition. Kelly Kossanyi (9), Jeremy Borchers (9), Sarah Gilmore (11), Griffin Miller (9), Andrew Shehata (9) were recipients of five out the ten high school awards.
Sarah Gilmore was also recognized as the only student to receive a People’s Choice Award for her photo titled “Dot, dot, dot.” Submissions represented the work of photographers from 18 schools in the greater Cincinnati area.
This year's contest was judged by Cincinnati Enquirer photographer and editor, Liz Dufour; Curatorial Assistant at the Cincinnati Art Museum, Emily Baumann; and David Rosenthal, founder and Executive Director of Prairie, Inc. which supports community arts programs.
As a winner of the award, each student received a professional critique of their piece as well as a $100 prize. Their work will be showcased in the Christ Hospital Outpatient Center from April 17 through May 12. Congratulations to each of these students for their success!