photography

The foreground is the silhouette of a tall spire in front of a purple sky at dust where a bright white comet plunges towards the horizon.

Comet NEOWISE lit up skies and social media

Comet NEOWISE blazed across the skies of the northern hemisphere and won’t return for 6,800 years. If you missed it, never fear—the University of Utah community captured stunning photos of this once-in-a-lifetime cosmic event.


A new ‘Decameron’: U art students respond to COVID-19 with special group project

Reacting to the COVID-19 crisis with photography.


Kiffer Creveling with his cameras in an arena

Humans of the U: Kiffer Creveling

“While engineering is my first love, I can be found skiing, rock climbing, camping and hiking on the weekends. Playing on the University’s Club Water Polo Team and photography are additional outlets for enjoyment.”


HUMANS OF THE U: GABRIEL SPIEGEL

“Being surrounded by mountains is not something I was used to, coming from the East Coast. Having the mountains and that sheer open sky opened my eyes, and having access to that kind of nature literally right behind my dormitory at the university was spectacular.”


Faculty Art Exhibit Enters Final Week

Thirty-one faculty artists who teach, inspire and make significant contributions to the cultural landscape of Utah, showcase their work through “New Narratives” art exhibition.