College Photographer Nancy Ford Shares Her Top Picks of 2018
It was a special treat to be at the opening of an 1897 time capsule at Hamilton College on July 10. The time capsule, buried by the class of 1897, was found by workers who were working on widening Campus Road. The Alexander Hamilton statue overlooks a foggy campus in winter at Hamilton on Dec. 2. A student is framed by a window in Beinecke Student Activities Village in the fall. Orientation leaders greet first-year students at the top of College Hill Road as they arrive on campus. Rafiatou Ouro-Aguy '18 and Adrian Summers '19 are all smiles while waiting in line before the Class & Charter Day Ceremony on May 7. Erin Urbaniak '21 pets a very grateful kitty at Spring Farm Cares in January. She and other students were volunteering. “I always love the framing of the window panes in the Chapel, especially on a snowy winter day.” A student naps in Christian Johnson during exam week. The Kennedy Center for Theatre and the Studio Arts is reflected in a Lensball.
College photographer Nancy Ford shares her Top 10 Hamilton photos from the past year.
Ford covers a wide range of events on campus in addition to numerous photo assignments for the hamilton.edu website, Hamilton magazine and other publications.