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CCM Photo Club Names High School Contest Winners Out of More Than 600 Submissions

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RANDOLPH, NJ – The Photo Club at County College of Morris (CCM) recently announced the winners of its sixth annual photography contest for New Jersey high school students. The competition’s sponsor for this year, Millburn Camera ASAP Photo, Millburn, awarded gift certificates to the top three winners. 

Winning first place with a $300 gift certificate was Reese Vanduk of Sparta High School. Morgan L. Eng of Westfield High School won second place with a $150 gift certificate, and Connie Huang of Bridgewater Raritan Regional High School won third place, taking home a $75 gift certificate.       

Receiving Honorable Mentions were Zach Belasco, Liv Caruso from Bridgewater Raritan High School, Kali Cipkins from Parsippany Hills High School, Mallory Collins from Sparta High School, Alexa George from Bridgewater Raritan High School, Olivia Greenberg from Morris Knolls High School, Arthur Harner from Sparta High School, Quinn McCarry from Morris Knolls High School, Avianna Miler from Whippany High School, Emma Mykowski from Parsippany Hills High School, Luke Simmons from Sparta High School, and Kayla Urtiaga.

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Mykowski also won the Popularity Award, which was presented for the photo that received the most likes on the competition’s Facebook page.

The contest was open to all New Jersey high school students. This year’s theme, “Turbulent Times,” provided students with an opportunity to visually present the complexities of conflict, disorder and confusion.

The winners were announced at an exhibition and reception held at the CCM Art and Design Gallery earlier this month. Photo Club members served as judges for the event.

“The quality of the work was overwhelming, and the members of the CCM Photo Club had an extremely hard time selecting the finalists,” said Hrvoje Slovenc, assistant professor of photography, who oversees the contest.

Of the more than 600 submissions received from dozens of high schools around the state, 68 were selected for the exhibition. High schools featured in the exhibition included Bridgewater-Raritan High School, Morris Knolls High School, Mountain Lakes High School, Newark Academy, North Hunterdon High School, Parsippany Hills High School, Pompton Lakes High School, Roxbury High School, Sparta High School, Randolph High School, Westfield High School, West Milford High School and Windsor Prep High School.

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Pictured above are:

CCM Photo Contest First Place photo by Reese Vanduk of Sparta High School; second place photo by Morgan L. Eng of Westfield High School and Third Place photo by Connie Huang of Bridgewater Raritan Regional High School.

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