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Spring 2018 Photo Contest Winners Announced

March 30, 2018

The Spring 2018 edition of our biannual Photo Contest has come to a close after receiving hundreds of entries from ISEP students capturing their study abroad experience.

After review from ISEP staff and a week of voting on Facebook, four images have been selected and the winning students will receive cash prizes and a canvas print of their photo. Congratulations to the winners and all of the finalists!

Enjoy the four spectacular winning photos below and see all of the amazing finalists over on our Facebook page.

Fan Favorite: Chiara Perillo from Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Italy who studied at Northern Arizona University in the U.S. (Landscapes & Landmarks Finalist)

As I was reaching Utah, I stopped right before the sign to take a picture of it. It was covered in stickers from all over the world. Only after a few moments I realized what was waiting for me in the distance: Monument Valley.
As I was reaching Utah, I stopped right before the sign to take a picture of it. It was covered in stickers from all over the world. Only after a few moments I realized what was waiting for me in the distance: Monument Valley.

Fan Favorite Runner-Up: Natalie Solá from University of Puerto Rico Rio Piedras who studied at Toyo University in Japan (Living Like A Local Finalist)

Tasting real rich Green Tea! Happiness! In Kyoto, Japan!
Tasting real rich Green Tea! Happiness! In Kyoto, Japan!

Staff Pick: Emma Chamberland from Brock University in Canada who studied at Linnaeus University in Sweden (You Abroad Finalist)

Exploring Norwegain fjords by kyack, taking in the amazing landscape.
Exploring Norwegain fjords by kyack, taking in the amazing landscape.

Staff Pick Runner-up: Jacqueline Ocaña from Dominican University of California in the U.S. who studied at Tecnológico de Monterrey (ITESM) in Mexico (Campus & Classes Finalist)

I had always wanted to make a music video and thankfully the opportunity presented. A local metal band, Tormental, was looking for people to make a music video for their page. At that time it was finals and one of my group assignments was to make an audiovisual project, so my group and I jumped at the opportunity. After 18 hours straight of strictly filming, I had some pretty toned and sore arms from operating the camera all day and we were all exhausted. I love looking back at the videos I have of different group members snoring away on their 20 minute break!
I had always wanted to make a music video and thankfully the opportunity presented. A local metal band, Tormental, was looking for people to make a music video for their page. At that time it was finals and one of my group assignments was to make an audiovisual project, so my group and I jumped at the opportunity. After 18 hours straight of strictly filming, I had some pretty toned and sore arms from operating the camera all day and we were all exhausted. I love looking back at the videos I have of different group members snoring away on their 20 minute break!

Keep your eye out for the Fall 2018 Photo Contest coming later this year.

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