Photography Internships

June 13, 2018

Virginia Sea Grant
Welcomes Summer Interns

April 6, 2018

Summer is Coming:
And our science communication internships are open

June 28, 2017

Virginia Sea Grant Welcomes Summer Interns

May 12, 2015

A Busy Semester of Photos, Events, and a Camera Drone

July 21, 2014

Photography Intern Prepares for Fieldwork

Chelsea Carter is joining Virginia Sea Grant (VASG) as this summer’s photography intern. Her responsibilities include taking photos of VASG events and research
July 26, 2013

Photography Interns, Design Interns Bring Skills to VASG

Virginia Sea Grant's photography and design interns helped us cover research, document events, and redesign our newsletters.
June 21, 2013
Seagrass. ©Stephanie Chavez

Seagrass Research: Notes From The Field

VASG-funded seagrass researchers on the Eastern Shore are studying the effects of climate change on submerged aquatic vegetation.
August 23, 2012
A photo by intern Kathryn Greves taken during a tour of NOAA's vessel Okeanos Explorer. ©Kathryn Greves/VASG

Communication Interns Look, Listen, and Learn

July 12, 2012
Kathryn Greves. ©Janet Krenn/VASG

Behind the Lens as Our Summer Photo Intern

As the summer photo intern, Kathryn documented Virginia Sea Grant’s research and extension events and started developing a collection of portraits of the men and women behind Virginia’s local seafood.
January 26, 2012
Graduate students Malee Jinuntuya, Billur Celebi and Meredith McPherson prepare to count submerged seagrass abundance. ©Carly Rose/VASG

Light Beneath the Surface: Requirements for Seagrass Growth

Old Dominion University professor Dick Zimmerman and his lab are developing a new model to predict where seagrass can grow in the Bay. This article features the work of communications intern Kate Schimel and photography intern Carly Rose.
January 26, 2012
A youngster tries his first oyster. ©Kim Warner/VASG

Tasting the Bay

Even if you’ve tried raw oysters, you may have never really tasted one. Like wine, oysters grown in different areas taste different because they take on the characteristics of their environment. Simply slurping your oysters means you miss these delicate flavors. At the second annual Halfshell Oyster Tasting event in November, the Tidewater Oyster Gardeners Association (TOGA) helped more than 200 people learn to really taste oysters. Attendees put their taste buds to the test trying to differentiate oysters from six growers who raise oysters at different places along the Chesapeake Bay. Virginia Sea Grant (VASG) and our extension partners were proud cosponsors of this fun event.
December 14, 2011
Kim Warner, fall 2011 photo intern. ©Janet Krenn/VASG

Photo Intern Captures Virginia Sea Grant Fall Events

Kim Warner ran all around the Hampton Roads and Tidewater areas taking photos at more than five events during her fall photography internship
July 5, 2011
Scott "Carly" Rose, 2011 Photography Intern

Photo Intern Scott “Carly” Rose Documents Events, Research This Summer

On his favorite assignment, Scott “Carly” Rose photographed a swimming pool-sized tank filled with plastic stakes that would soon be covered with oysters. Rose studies photography at Thomas Nelson Community College, and this summer he joined Virginia Sea Grant as a photography intern. During his time with VASG, Rose says he had to learn to be ready for anything, photographing portraits, events, or research cruises on any given day.