TMI Episcopal junior Hannah Lashway and Fine Arts teacher Hannah Cooper-McCauley both won awards in the 2018 ATPI (Association of Texas Photography Instructors) Fall Photography contest. Their work was chosen for recognition from among 7,400 entries from 99 schools across Texas, plus California, Kansas, Oklahoma and Washington state.
Lashway, a student in Cooper-McCauley’s Photography II class, won honorable mention in the Advanced Fashion category.
Cooper-McCauley was awarded first honorable mention for her series, “A Singular Sense of Urgency” in the Faculty Portfolio category of the same contest.
Lashway’s work previously was featured in the Helotes Art Walk, the Four x Five Photo Fest in San Antonio and in Boston’s The Curated Fridge online juried art exhibition.
Cooper-McCauley’s work has been exhibited in group and solo shows at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, the Vermont Center for Photography, Photo Beijing and the Pingyao (China) International Photography Festival. She is the recipient of grants and fellowships from the Society for Photographic Education and Louisiana Tech University and was named a finalist in Photolucida’s Critical Mass Top 50 competition and a winner of a Lensculture Emerging Talent Award.
Based in Arlington, ATPI is a nonprofit organization that works to help photography instructors achieve a higher quality of knowledge and teaching of photography.