With Halloween fast approaching, Upper School Visual Arts teacher Jeffery Baykal-Rollins wanted to creatively combine the spooky season and students' photography skills. The result: a graveyard photoshoot.
"We wanted to show the Advanced Art and Design students what was possible with the professional photography studio that we are so fortunate to have at GFA," Baykal-Rollins said. "Working with senior Anna Reynolds as a co-director, we brought in long branches, Halloween decorations, and colored leaves, and constructed a graveyard in the studio space."
"Using other students as models in costume and make-up, the rest of the students then cycled through two at a time to photograph, while learning to change the lighting and direct the model in posing."