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NewsEpson Scholarship for Minnesota student : Brooks Institute of Photography announced that high school senior Danielle Schalesky, from Lakeville, has been selected to receive the 2006 Warren King Foundation/Epson Scholarship. According to Warren King, chairman of the Foundation board, Schalesky’s application and portfolio, both of which were required for the scholarship review and determination, unquestionably illustrate her commitment to pursuing a future in professional photography. The scholarship was conceived by Warren King and inaugurated with Brooks in 2002 to nurture the study of photographic arts in California high schools. Later, the program was expanded to encompass high schools throughout the United States.
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Doug Brooks, president of the Brooks Alumni Association Board of Directors, extended his congratulations to Schalesky, noting, “This scholarship is not given lightly. Warren King is an outstanding educator, and his instruction and guidance have inspired generations of talented individuals throughout the world to the highest levels of achievement in photography. We at Brooks Institute, Epson - a company that has demonstrated true dedication to photographers and photography - and Warren King are all excited to recognize talent such as Danielle’s and to help nurture it through educational support.”

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Schalesky is already enrolled in her Bachelor’s degree program at Brooks Institute, majoring in Professional Photography. She misses home (even acknowledging that she will miss snow a little bit), but is thrilled to be in Santa Barbara. So far, it is all working for her faculty, facilities and fellow students and her academic programs. “Photography is my passion. I want to send meaningful messages with my images…make people in the fast-paced world stop dead in their tracks and see something that changes their outlook on life, the world, and the people in it,” explains Schalesky, adding “Brooks has the best photography program. Why would you pass that up? If you’re serious about photography and wouldn’t mind looking out your classroom window to see the beautiful California coast…Brooks is the perfect fit.”

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Schalesky’s interest in photography and the arts is not new; she has long been inspired by artists who give the perspectives and insights through images. “My art teachers in high school were always a huge part of my life,” she says, “in part, because they were all amazing artists, themselves. Laurie Johnson and Pam Teorey were my photography teachers, who taught me throughout the years and always inspired me. And my family and friends have never once held me back from going for my sometimes crazy dreams!”

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Crazy? Not according to Warren King, a man who has instructed and motivated more than 16,000 students. “Dreams are never crazy and they are never unattainable for people like Danielle,” says King. “With the confidence to excel, the commitment to persevere, the generous spirit to work cooperatively with friends or even rivals, and the energy and curiosity to create truly fresh, original work, she can and will achieve whatever she wants. I am simply gratified that this scholarship, the good people at Epson and Brooks Institute can be part of that future.”

About Brooks Institute
Brooks Institute of Photography recently celebrated its 60th year of educating students in the visual media. With its campuses in Santa Barbara and Ventura, California, (which includes two sound stages for filmmaking), the school has more than 2200 students pursuing Masters, Bachelors and Associates degree programs in fields including professional photography, visual journalism, film and video production and visual communication. Brooks’ graduates are visible nationally and internationally, working for distinguished organizations including National Geographic, Smithsonian, Los Angeles Times and other national media outlets, including Hallmark Publishing, Cousteau Society, HBO, Kodak and other industry leaders in visual media fields.

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