The Executive Branch is responsible for maintaining the culture and direction of the club.
TREVOR SOCHOCKI: MR. PRESIDENT
Trevor Sochocki (@trevorsochocki) is a junior journalism major with a minor in international relations and has been part of Photo Club since fall 2016. After traveling to New York for his high school’s newspaper with his mom’s outdated DSLR, Trevor began to carry a camera everywhere. He helped create a photography club at his high school and wanted to continue to be in that environment at USC. Now, he cannot imagine his college career without Photo Club. Trevor’s favorite types of photography are landscape and sports.
SARAH SHEN: VEEP
Sarah Shen (@sarahshenphoto) is a senior business administration major with a minor in advertising and has been part of Photo Club since fall 2015. After taking photography in high school, Sarah began shooting photos for a modeling agency in Alabama (where there wasn’t much else to do) and later joined the USC photography community as a way to be part of a community at USC that was relevant to her. Sarah’s favorite types of photography are fashion and product.
The Events E-Board is a division of Photography Club’s leadership that plans, organizes, and runs all functions and gatherings for members.
JONATHAN KAY: SPICYBOI
DIRECTOR OF EVENTS
Jonathan Kay (@im.just.kidding) is a junior human biology major with a minor in cinematic arts and has been part of Photo Club since spring 2017. Someone once shoved a camera into Jonathan’s hands to take pictures for his high school robotics team, and he never stopped shooting after that. He joined Photo Club to explore and learn more about photography and make some fabulous friends along the way. Jonathan’s favorite types of photography are landscape, astro, and portrait.
Caroline Gay is a senior studying communication and international relations and has been a part of Photo Club since fall 2015. Caroline started taking photos at a young age, and has always loved photography because it helps her see the world differently and appreciate the small details or moments in life that often go unnoticed. She joined the club for the adventures but stayed for the amazing community she found. Caroline's favorite types of photography are portrait and abstract.
Molly Waring (@mwaring) is a junior environmental studies major with a minor in marine biology and has been part of Photo Club since spring 2017. When Molly didn’t show interest in most art forms, her mom suggested she try photography, and Molly used her mom’s Nikon DSLR to take photos of the Margret Hunt-Hill Bridge in Dallas when it first opened. Molly’s favorite types of photography are lifestyle and landscape.
The Marketing E-Board is a division of Photography Club's leadership that designs, promotes, and executes growth strategies, lifestyle brand, and communication channels.
DIRECTOR OF MARKETING
Allen Huang (@iam_allenhuang) is a senior computer science major and has been part of Photo Club since spring 2017. After attending the club’s Hollywood hike event, Allen found that he enjoyed the photography community and was interested in exploring and getting off campus more (and realized that photography was a great excuse to do so). Allen’s favorite type of photography is m00dy, which generally includes his signature faded blacks.
ANNANLEE CHANG: TEAM STEPMOM
Annanlee Chang (@annandleeland) is a junior English and public relations major with a minor in musical studies and has been part of Photo Club since fall 2017. After realizing that being a photographer was an excellent way to avoid being in front of the camera, Annanlee has always documented her life in pictures. She joined Photo Club as a way to meet some likable people and stayed because she loved them. Annanlee’s favorite types of photography are street and lifestyle.
FIONA PESTANA: TEAM MOM
Fiona Pestana (@fionapest) is a sophomore journalism major with a minor in communication design and has been part of Photo Club since spring 2018. While growing up, Fiona had always been fascinated with her family’s photo albums, so her mom got her a Holga film camera in 4th grade. From then on, Fiona took pictures with anything she could—flip phones, disposables, and finally her first DSLR in sophomore year of high school. Fiona’s favorite types of photography are cinematic and lifestyle.