Bank of Marin Selects Local High School Photographers for Annual Calendar

Community Calendar Features Student Work from Marin, Sonoma, Napa & Alameda Counties

NOVATO, CA – (November 27, 2018) – Bank of Marin has announced the names of 23 students from 11 local high schools whose photography is featured in the Bank’s 2019 community calendar.  This marks the ninth year in a row that Bank of Marin has worked with photography teachers and students at Bay Area high schools to select images for the calendar.  Students submitted over 200 images and judges at the Bank made the final photo selections.

“There are so many talented high school students across our footprint and we wanted to offer a platform to showcase their creativity,” said Russell A. Colombo, President & CEO of Bank of Marin.  “Our annual calendar allows us to reinforce the importance of supporting arts programs in schools by featuring exceptional photographs taken by these students paired with a contribution to each participating high school.”

This year’s featured student photographers are:

  • Alameda High School – Jeremy Chen, Sonia Chen and Mominah Khan
  • Justin-Siena High School, Napa – Sean Flaherty
  • Marin Catholic High School, Kentfield – Conor Cassidy, Emalia Katelanis, Kelly Koenig, Hannah Jackson, Harper Marquis, Nathan Solivan, Dillon Solway, Madeline Tara and Jenna Yandle
  • Marin School of the Arts, Novato High School – Isabella Cavallero and Phoebe Zea
  • Saint Joseph Notre Dame High School, Alameda – Johnny Tran Vu
  • San Domenico School, San Anselmo – Jonah Richards
  • San Rafael High School – Jon Burgess
  • Sonoma Academy, Santa Rosa – Isabella Cohen
  • Sonoma Valley High School – Jack Pier
  • Tamalpais High School, Mill Valley – Isabel Austin
  • The College Preparatory School, Oakland – Elliot Irving and John LeMasters

Bank of Marin will donate $100 to each participating high school’s photography program for the purchase of supplies and equipment.  The 2019 community calendars will be available for free at all Bank of Marin branches.