Eliot House along the Charles River
John Harvard Statue & Widener Library
Double exposed in-camera
Life on a university campus is a continuous stream of intersections. Students from different backgrounds connect, scholars from divergent fields of study collaborate, ideas and concepts collide.
Photographically, double exposures allow the playful intersection of shapes and forms. Through an in-camera technique (there is no postproduction work here), two separate frames construct a singular moment.
See Harvard anew through a collection of double-exposure images, where iconic elements — bridges, towers, and gates — overlap and converge in surprising ways.
Arts & Athletics
Emily Koch merges with her own painting crafted for her Visual and Environmental Studies class, while a solitary runner gazes across Harvard Stadium as he climbs and descends the steps.
Carpenter Center & Harvard Stadium
Memorial Hall & Harvard Yard
Scholars enter gateways to the Yard in the spirit of the inscription under the bust of James Walker, past president and overseers of Harvard College: “Learn where is wisdom, where is strength, where is understanding; that thou mayest know also where is length of days, and life, where is the light of the eyes and peace.”
All Photography © 2019 The President and Fellows of Harvard College