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March 13, 2013

CIA graduate develops photography project in Europe

Jennifer Trausch '00 takes a break from a Berlin-based nonprofit to lead workshops in Greece.

CIA graduate develops photography project in Europe

Jennifer Trausch '00 has taken her passion for instant photography to Berlin. There, she continues making art with a large-format Polaroid camera through her association with Impossible Works, a nonprofit supporting artistic projects made with instant films. She recently traveled to Greece to jury a competition and lead workshops. She was featured in Kathimerini English Edition, a daily newspaper published in Athens and distributed with the International Herald Tribune in Greece and Cyprus.

Read the full article about Trausch’s current work and her love of large-format photography in the digital age here.

Above, Trausch giving a workshop on large-format photography at CIA a few years ago.

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