April 06th, 2015
Breanna Klamm is a photographer currently studding at Utah State University. She was raised in north east Wyoming, and was the oldest of three kids. When her parents got her a point and shoot camera at age 10, Breanna fell in love with photography. A high school art teacher helped push her in the right direction and everything in her life has led her to where she is right now, Logan, Utah. Utah State University has done much to further her career. In the summer of 2013 Breanna was able to travel to Europe visiting 7 countries. She fell in love with the German culture and was determined to go back. The next summer she had just that opportunity when she completed a study abroad to Germany. She studied different mediums of art, the environment and art, and art history. Throughout her career as an artist Breanna has won many awards and honors for her art. Some of her most prestigious awards were, she won over 20 blue ribbons at the Wyoming State Art Symposium. She was also awarded the Wyoming State Congressional Award for a photograph. Her senior year she was awarded the top scholarship, called the Tina Nova, for the state of Wyoming. She also received the national Star Scholarship for her photography. Her work received an honorable mention in the national Photographers Forum Nikon contest. Her work has also been featured in several exhibitions and locations including
*Wyoming Work Warehouse *Gillette Art Gallery *Wyoming State Art Symposium (4 times)
*Wyoming Capitol Building *Gillette Traveling Art Show *On der Ruhr exhibition
*Undergraduate Art Show *Lasrever Exhibition
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