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Trevor Wentt to Showcase Multimedia Experience for Senior Photography Show

Trevor Wentt Senior Photography ShowBRISTOL, Tenn., April 15, 2015 – King University’s Department of Digital Media Art & Design is pleased to present the senior photography exhibit by Trevor Wentt. The exhibit, “IMAGO: A Multimedia Experience,” will be available for public viewing on Friday, April 24 at 6 p.m. at the former Hayes Furniture Store across from Kiln’ Time located in historic downtown Bristol, TN/VA, at 807 State Street.

Wentt states, “I am extremely proud of the way that this work has come together. It will interact, challenge, grow, and move many. This project has proven itself to be far greater than myself. I’m excited for it to become finally public.”

Virginia Beach native Trevor Wentt will graduate in May 2015 with his degree in Photography and minors in Biblical Studies and Intercultural Studies. He has been accepted to seminary at Regent College in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and plans to become a pastor.

Wentt’s exhibition, “IMAGO: A Multimedia Experience,” will show the journey of sixteen individuals, combatting insecurities within their own lives, through the lens of being created in the image of God. “We all have insecurities. Whether emotional, physical, mental, or social, we often struggle with them alone, allowing no one else to see or carry the burden with us,” says Wentt.

The show will be an interactive exhibition that will engage viewers through a series of photos, videos and graphic design.

The “IMAGO: A Multimedia Experience” exhibit is free and open to the public.


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