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Jacob's PhotoVoice Portfolio

WEEK 1

A familiar item for me are the fingerboards we use in class. That is the picture to the far left. In the middle is my other selfie. To the far right is another one of my family pictures. It is a funny snapshot.
For my selfies I decided to do silhouettes and this is one of my favorites
This is my favorite photo it was taken in the moment and turned out quite nice plus it's very funny.

WEEK 2

To the far left is my portrait. I took it of my friend Caleb. I was playing around with some of the filters and I think it turned out pretty well. In the middle is a snapshot I took of Gavin just being Gavin.

WEEK 3

In this photo everyone's hands are together creating a circle. The issue i chose was diversity. Evanston is a very diverse place and many people don't recognize or appreciate that. This photo is meant to shed some light on this topic and make you think. On the right is a picture of bullying in action. This is a serious issue and this picture represents that. In the photo you see Gavin on the ground and Garrett and myself standing over him teasing him. Hopefully people see this photo and think about situations in their own life where this has happened to them of someone else.

WEEK 4

Artist Statement

I appreciate the diverse place I live in. My sister is a pivotal piece in my life. Being older than me she experiences things long before I do and fills me in on things I'll need later on. My sister currently attends the University of Wisconsin Madison where most of her peers are white. Summer is one of few black students that attend UW Madison. She shared her struggles and experiences with adjusting to the new atmosphere with us and explained just how diverse Evanston really is. I realized upon visiting her at school that she was in fact right. Evanston is an immensely integrated place and we all need to appreciate that. My photo is meant to bring light to this and make people think.

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Week 6

I appreciate the diverse place I live in. My sister is a pivotal piece in my life. Being older than me she experiences things long before I do and fills me in on things I'll need later on. My sister currently attends the University of Wisconsin Madison where most of her peers are white. Summer is one of few black students that attend UW Madison. She shared her struggles and experiences with adjusting to the new atmosphere with us and explained just how diverse Evanston really is. I realized upon visiting her at school that she was in fact right. Evanston is an immensely integrated place and we all need to appreciate that. My photo is meant to bring light to this and make people think.
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Jacob H
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