College of Architecture, Planning & Design selects winners of annual photo competition
Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015
MANHATTAN — Students in Kansas State University's College of Architecture, Planning & Design have been awarded for their achievement in photography through the Thomas A. Tyler/Answers Inc. Architectural & Environmental Photography Competition.
The competition was open to all students in the college. Ten entries were chosen by a jury for special recognition. Thomas A. Tyler, a 1974 K-State architecture graduate, and his firm, Answers Inc., St. Louis, Missouri, sponsored the competition's prizes. Best in show earned $200; first place, $100; and honorable mention $50.
Jurors this year included James Tyler, Brianna Sprague and Rebecca Hackemann-Bahlmann.
“It is wonderful to see our students use their design sensibilities in recognizing and capturing the beauty and uniqueness of the world around them through photography," said Tim de Noble, dean of the college.
The following students were selected as competition winners:
Brianna Grimm, third-year architecture student, Overland Park, honorable mention for "Museum of Modern Art by Tadao Ando"; and Emma Cole, third-year interior architecture & product design student, Overland Park, first place in landscape and architectural details for "Dramatic Exit."
From out of state:
Jenelle Tennigkeit, fifth-year architecture student, Louisville, Colorado, honorable mention for "2,711"; Sara Todavchick, fifth-year architecture student, Lake Zurich, Illinois, best in show and first place for the black-and-white photo "Below" and first place for the landscape "Snow City"; Brian Conklin, fifth-year architecture student, Sparrow Bush, New York, honorable mention for "Life"; and Alex Palmer, fifth-year architecture student, Flower Mound, Texas, second place in best in show for "The Eye" and first place in exterior architecture for "Duomo & Sky."
All of the entries will be on exhibit in Seaton Hall's Chang Gallery until Feb. 6.