Kendra Harvey's winning photo for the landscape and overall categories of the photo contest at TMU.
Kendra Harvey's winning photo for the landscape and overall categories of the photo contest at TMU.

Global Outreach photo contest winners announced

November 28, 2018

Every October, TMU holds its annual photo contest. Students have one month to submit a photo to student life in one of the three categories: urban, faces and landscapes. The three winners were Ashley Doyle, Isabelle Lee and Kendra Harvey. Harvey also won the entire contest.

Isabelle Lee’s winning photo of the urban category.

Ashley Doyle’s winning photo of the faces category.

One winner is chosen from each category. The winners receive a $300 prize to help fund any GO trip they are thinking of going on. If the winner can’t go on a GO Trip, they can donate the money to a trip of their choosing. TMU has held this traditional photo contest for the last eight years, since

During Global Outreach Week, pictures were put up all around North Campus. Throughout the week, students and faculty voted for their favorite pictures with a ballot box. Typically, about 70% of the
voting is students and 30% is faculty. “The photo contest is something that is traditional at TMU,” Josh English, a Student Life staff member, said. “It’s a great opportunity to have students play more of  a part in the week in a smaller way and just to see God’s creation and the beauty that it

Naomi Williams is a freshman communication major who submitted a photo of Zion National Park and a picture of her friends. She formed an interest in photography because of her mom.
Isabella Lee, a junior communication major, won the urban category. “I had gone to China, and I was very excited to take photos, but I only had my phone,” Lee said. “But I was still excited and
edited it when I came back home.”

Kendra Harvey, a junior in marketing media, won the landscape category. She was also the overall winner of the contest. “There was construction going on and bright lights shining on the mountain area,”
Harvey said. “It made it look like it was glowing.”
Although Harvey is unable to go on a Global Outreach trip, she said she plans to give the money to friends that can.

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