Chloe Griffith

Chloe Griffith

Chloe Griffith By Lila Cook, FCLC 2021 Chloe Griffith was born in Texas, and at a young age moved to Southeast Asia where she lived until coming to New York for college. Her fascination with dreams and access to this deeper gaze into one’s conscience 

Matthew Dyczek

Matthew Dyczek

Matthew Dyczek By Lila Cook, FCLC 2021 A meticulously laid out graph hangs on a wall perpendicular to a two-dimensional map of a hiking trail that sits on a podium in the corner of the Lipani Gallery at Fordham Lincoln Center. String has been tied 

Danielle Waterman

Danielle Waterman

Danielle Waterman By Liam Otero, FCRH 2020 Connecticut-native Danielle Waterman’s Visual Arts Senior Thesis project utilizes portraiture as a means to promote female empowerment through the lens of prominent women in society, most notably, tennis legend Serena Williams and political champion Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Stylistically, Danielle 

Isabel Huelskamp

Isabel Huelskamp

Isabel Huelskamp By Liam Otero, FCRH 2020 Isabel Huelskamp’s Senior Seminar Thesis Project utilizes recent and emerging graphic design and digital media to raise awareness about the gradual erasure of coastlines. Moreover, Isabel’s astute understanding of typography, urban/environmental maps, and color theory strongly contributes to 

Maegan Wright

Maegan Wright

Maegan Wright By Rose O’Neill, FCLC 2021 For Maegan Wright, her senior thesis provides an opportunity to explore new interests. Her piece consists of a short animation, Rose, inspired by her mother’s life. As a visual arts major, Maegan has taken classes focusing on a 

Sarah Takash

Sarah Takash

Sarah Takash By Rose O’Neill, FCLC 2021 Sarah Takash’s experience as a dancer has been integral to her senior thesis work. Her choice of medium, process within that medium, and subject matter are all a result of her dance training. The idea for Sarah’s thesis, 

Camden Ador

Camden Ador

Camden Ador By Annie Muscat, FCRH 2020 Camden Ador’s portraiture, born out of vulnerability and connectivity, is authentically sensitive. His love affair with light and form permeates his images, alluding to his fascination with the Divine. The son of a pastor living in small-town Tennessee, 

Molly Brodowski

Molly Brodowski

Molly Brodowski By Lily Harris, FCLC 2020 Molly Brodowski is a senior Visual Arts student with a Peace and Justice Studies minor at Fordham University. Molly notes that artmaking is something she has done since she was a child and she calls herself an artistic 

Maddie Rizzo

Maddie Rizzo

Maddie Rizzo By Lily Harris, FCLC 2020 Maddie Rizzo’s illustrations come out of a long lineage of print illustrations and cartoons. She notes that The Peanuts cartoons were one of her earliest inspirations, and when she was younger, she would regularly copy their style when she