Gallery of LPP Students’ Work

Rubén Robledo

[portfolio_slideshow] In truth, everywhere in and around Point Reyes is beautiful. This is the first time I have lived near the ocean and I find it very relaxing. I don’t have any regular time for taking pictures, but there is always the dawn and the sunset. I keep my...

Gisela Alvarado

[portfolio_slideshow] I like photography because it reminds me of unforgettable moments, transmitting different sentiments that happen in each instant of my life. Life is full of illusions and challenges to face; every day I see myself growing. To be fully in the...

Ariana Aparicio

[portfolio_slideshow]   Through the Latino Photography Project of GRO, one of the most important lessons I have learned is that photography is our language and special way of sharing. Sharing different aspects of our selves, our lives, and most importantly what...

Mario Garcia

[portfolio_slideshow] There is a calm I feel when I am taking photographs. Photographing the barn where I work, then later I can recall the calm I felt when I was making the pictures. I work at night, and again in the afternoon, ten hours milking cows. There are...

Imelda Macias

[portfolio_slideshow] When I started out photographing over these past two years I felt lost. In the past we always had a theme, an assignment. In thinking about what I wanted to photograph, I began to see that water kept attracting me. I think of water as being like...

Maricela Mora

[portfolio_slideshow] When I came to this country, I never thought I would have the kind of experiences I have had with Aztec dancing -- to do the ceremonies where we give thanks to the earth. This gives me feelings of freedom and strength; I feel proud to be part of...

Juanita Romo

[portfolio_slideshow] I love taking pictures of people at the special events of life. One of the mothers called and asked me if I would take pictures of her son’s first confirmation, which I did. Then she called to ask if I would take pictures of his communion, so I...

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The project embraces two programs, an adult photography class and classes for youth (grades 6 through 12) as an in school elective and an after school lab.
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LPP Exhibition Archive

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