Graduate Wins Gold in Canada
Greensboro photographer Stacey Haines, a 2003 graduate of Randolph Community College's Photographic Technology program, was the winner of a gold award for the Home & Gardens category at the National Magazine Awards held in Toronto recently. Haines was one of the most nominated photographers with four nominations.
Based in North Carolina, New York and Nova Scotia, Haines is known for her advertising and editorial work. She specializes in natural, light infused lifestyle, food, interiors and travel images. On a recent trip to France she photographed a quaint cooking school and the bucolic Normandy countryside.
Haines has traveled extensively in the United States, Canada, and Europe with images appearing in magazines such as Gourmet, Canadian Home & Country, Westchester Cottages & Gardens, Canadian Gardening, Style At Home, Signature NC and Our State of North Carolina.
The National Magazine Awards Foundation is a nonprofit organization that promotes excellence in Canadian magazine journalism through the judging and awarding of over 2,000 nominee submissions from across the country.
(image courtesy Stacy Haines Photography)