The Photography class provides a comprehensive study of photography as an art form.
The course will expose the student to fundamental issues unique to the medium through the study of the history of photography. Students will experience a variety of approaches including photograms and pinhole photography. Students will also work with both film and digital cameras, and they will work on self- portraits, portraits and still life. For more advanced classes, students will explore landscape and documentary photography.
Mr. Carlos Gazulla was born and raised in Zaragoza, Spain. He graduated in Photography from the IEFC, and also received his B.F.A. from the University of Barcelona. He was awarded by the Ministry of Culture of the Government of Spain to study abroad. He received his M.F.A. in photography at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. He has won several university photo contests and his photographs have been published in different newspapers and magazines including the San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco Examiner, El País, Heraldo de Aragón, Photo Metro, Foto Revista, and many others. He has had three solo exhibitions and also has participated in different group exhibitions in both private and public spaces.
He has been teaching in the Language and Arts Departments at St. Ignatius since 1997. His students learn both digital and traditional photography and their work has been on display in the Bay Area and other cities across the United States.