Student Spotlight: Tiffany Gregori

Hey! This week we will be looking at the work of Tiffany Gregori. Tiffany is a photography major who likes to incorporate her friends into her art. I am excited to share my first blog post with Tiffany’s talent and passion!


Name: Tiffany Gregori, Class of 2019

Major: Photography

I am majoring in art because it is something that I truly love and feel as though people should not take it for granted. Art is everywhere, you just need to look around and find it.

The kinds of things that inspire me are people who are devoted and truly love their profession or what they are doing because I feel when someone is dedicated to something, no matter what it is, it is something people admire.

My favorite class so far was advertising and illustrative photography. It really taught me how to look for lighting when taking photos and how to use it correctly to create the best image possible. It really opened my eyes and showed me what I am capable of doing with my camera and my equipment.

When I’m not in class I’m either taking photos, hanging out with my friends, working, or trying to explore new places and see new things.

The coolest thing I’ve done so far was getting the opportunity to travel to Vienna, Austria with the Marywood Art Department. I will be going to Padova, Venice and Milan in Italy for a spring break trip this March with the department as well.

When I graduate I hope to work on portrait and event photography as a business of my own as well as possibly working with a magazine with a focus on portrait photography.

I’d recommend the Art program at Marywood because there are many opportunities given to their students to broaden their horizons and help them grow as not only artists but as people.

What are you aiming to say with your artwork?

I’ve recently been working on a project consisting of portraits of my friends in interesting places. I think my goal and what I want to accomplish with this project is to show true beauty and how you can take a place that is unbecoming to the eye and make it beautiful while adding the element of the human figure. But besides this project, I’m just trying to show the viewers of my work what I see when I look through my camera.





Thank you Tiffany for being a part of my first blog post. I hope you all enjoyed learning about Tiffany and her work as much as I did. Tiffany your portraiture is amazing thank you for allowing us to look through your lens. Thanks for reading and until next time, look up at the stars, watch the sunset and stay inspired.


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