From Makalani Seed to the White Rhino: Namibia Project Center Photography by Donal James Boyd


Sun, Nov 25, 2012

In and Around the Library

Donal Boyd with Chameleon ” Photography is my true passion. I have been a professional photographer for the better part of six years, shooting everything from weddings, to the Patriots Cheerleaders, to English Bulldogs. I love to photograph people, and try my best to capture images which portray raw emotion and tell a story. ” – Donal Boyd, Chemical Engineering 2013

Upon his return from the Namibia Project Center where Donal and his project team completed a project studying the socioeconomic impacts of rural electrification in Tsumkwe, Namibia, a President’s IQP Awards finalist, he agreed to be featured as the debut artist in the library’s new gallery, the Class of 1970 café.

Stop by to see the photography which will be on display through the end of the term. Learn more about Donal’s work and project center experience by reading WPI’s new online publication unpacked: an international and intercultural magazine.


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