Eva Kriener’s Photo Portfolio


Calm Before the Storm — Senior Hailey Loneman


Rolling Thunder — Kabetogama Lake in Voyageurs National Park, Minnesota


Fierce Fighter — Junior Tessa Brooks works for the half-nelson during their first wrestling match in the Raymond Central Invite. Brooks placed 5th in the tournament on Jan. 27. 


Champion Spirit — Junior Madeline Wear gets her hand raised after her win. She placed 3rd at the Raymond Central Invite on Jan. 27.

Light & Shadow

Locked Eyes — Senior Audrey Aurthur


You’d be Keen to try Cliff Keen Wrestling Gear — Junior Christel Lare


Dog Daze — Tucker, the dog of English teacher Mrs. Alee Cotton

Academic Moment

Warmup — Students in the weight training class work out by doing mountain climbers. The girls warmed up with light workouts before starting to lift weights. 

Marian Spirit

Family, Fight, Finish — Coach Lauren Barefoot hypes up her wrestling team before a match. The team competed in districts at Madison High School on Feb. 3 and 4.

Emotional Response

Eyes on the Prize — Junior Christel Lare is focused and determined during her wrestling match. She went 28-20 on the season after districts at Madison High School on Feb. 3 and 4.

Statement of Ethics

I will strive to shoot the most accurate, real, and story-telling photo of what I am photographing. I will stay informed about said subject and aim to capture it in the most compelling way possible. Photography is a form of communication, as a picture is said to be worth a thousand words. I seek to be able to capture the world around me and preserve these moments in a different way. 

I will work to earn consent of the subject I am photographing, before and after shooting the photo. I will remember the requests they have made about shooting the photo, and work to respect their wishes. 

I would like my photography to be captivating and unlike photography you have come across. I want to express raw emotion through my work, and be able to showcase the human condition through the pictures I take. 

I will be open to criticism towards my art. Photography is a business that you can constantly improve on, and I strive to be able to do better than before. This is an art form, and I want to create something that people can relate to, learn about, or even feel just by taking one look at the photo. 

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