A photography intern in the Office of Public Affairs, Henry, of New York City, captured images of campus during peak foliage season. He is a sociology major and visual arts minor with a concentration in women’s and gender studies.
“I really wanted to show the campus in its natural state at different times of the day,” he says. “This school has amazing landscape designs which are well taken care of. I wanted to capture the magical essence of the fall as it crept up on the Hill. Some days there were beautiful sunsets while other days there were clouds. I carried my camera around with me and would stop and take photos as I walked. Sometimes you only get one chance at a nice shot!”
Photography by Darien Henry ’14
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