Through the Lens of 2019



Through the Lens of 2019

May 3 – May 21, 2019

RECEPTION: May 3, 2019 @ 6 PM - 9 PM

STUDENT RECEPTION: May 11, 2019 @ 3 PM - 5 PM


This exhibition features the photography of seniors from Trimble Tech High School's photography classes taught by Nicole Carter.


Arianna Franklin is an senior at Trimble Tech High School as a photography major. Her favorite genre of photography is portraits. Arianna has been apart of the cheerleading team and Girls Inc. all four years at Trimble Tech. Arianna plans to attend Langston University in the fall.


Emily Estrada graduates Class of 2019 at Trimble Tech High School. She is majoring in Commercial Photography. Her favorite genre of photography is architecture. Last year, she got two Honorable Mentions for the ATPI contest in the categories of Architecture and Still Life. She wants to take classes at the Dallas Center of Photography to hone her talent.


Giana Garza is a graduating senior at Trimble Tech where her major has been photography for the last four years. It is here in her photography class where she first realized architecture was her favorite type of genre due to the challenge of finding new perspectives no one else could see. During her junior year, Giana was part of the Photography Club hosted at school, although nowadays you can find her working full time as a shift lead at Yougurtland. Next year Giana will be attending Tarleton State University as an undeclared major, however, she hopes to switch to Psychology with a minor in Criminal Justice in hopes of becoming a polygraph examiner.


Deisy Gomez is a senior attending Trimble Technical High School. Over the years, she has attended many of the school events such as school games, and fundraisers. Her major is commercial photography in which she has gained much experience over the past four years. Her favorite genre in photography is portraits. She plans on receiving her Associates of Applied Science degree at TCC, and is planning on majoring in Graphic Communication. She later wishes to transfer to a University to receive her bachelors degree.


Anya Ivory is a senior photography major at Trimble Tech. In addition to photography, Anya has been involved in various activities throughout her four years, including varsity volleyball and basketball, Drama Club, National Honor Society and was even the senior class Vice President. Anya plans to attend Texas Christian University next year, where she hopes to experiment with travel photography. Anya’s favorite genre of photography is portrait photography and was featured in a Working Assumptions exposé for her work in this genre.


Fiorela Martinez is a senior in Trimble Technical HS. The college that she chose to attend for the fall is Sam Houston State University, where she will be majoring in Photography to advance her skills in the field. The genre she prefers to shoot is Fine Art Photography. She is an active participant in JROTC activities, and was on the swim team. In addition, she was also awarded with the Tarrant County Veterans Council Award.


Eric Mata is a senior at Trimble Tech High School. His major is photography. Eric’s favorite thing to do is take portraits and still life photography. Throughout the four years of high school, Eric has been in Key Club, baseball and UV4C Club. He is planning to attend UTA for Architecture.


Vianey Moncada is a senior at Trimble Tech High School where she majors in photography. For the past four years she has been involved in clubs such as Key Club, National Honors Society and Spanish Club. Next year she will be attending Texas Christian University where she will major in Biology with the hopes of one day gaining acceptance into medical school and  becoming an ob/gyn. Her favorite type of photography is environmental portrait photography where she gets to capture images of people doing what they most love and feel comfortable doing.


Michelle Samano is a graduating senior in the class of 2019 at Trimble Technical High School. She has received the Superintendent’s Scholar award and two perfect scores on artwork at VASE, and also has been involved in Battle of the Books and Latinas in Progress. Her favorite genres of photography are architecture and portraits. She has always been interested in both English and Science, but her favorite subject is Biology. She is planning to go to UTA to pursue a bachelor’s degree to teach Biology.


Angie Sandoval is a senior in high school who will be attending Texas A&M majoring in Criminal Justice. She has been in Key Club, Tech Support, and on a drill team in JROTC for the last four years. She was awarded both the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Purple Heart awards. She was also awarded the Susan B. Anthony award her junior year. She mainly enjoys taking architecture photography.


Zyonn Smith is a senior in the Trimble Tech Commercial Photography major. Outside of photography she is involved in competitive volleyball, which has earned her a scholarship to play at the highest collegiate level. Zyonn will be attending The University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, where she will major in Rehabilitation Services.


Dayan Villalobos is a senior attending Trimble Tech High School whose major has been Photography for two years. After exploring different genres of photography in class she discovered that her favorite type of photography is Fashion Photography, for she likes to dress up her models and use accessories to present a high fashion photograph. Dayan is attending TCC this up coming fall semester to complete her basics and afterwards hopes to attend the University of Texas at Arlington to pursue a teaching career.


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