What Will Happen to Quincy’s Classes and Advisory?

| Isabella Gamez | igamez22@dtechhs.org | February 5, 2020 | The sudden resignation of Advisor and Photography teacher Quincy Stamper has left many wondering who will take over his photography classes, advisory, and role of photographer for the school. The general question that seems to be on everyone’s mind is: what happens now?  Katheryn Gentzke, …

Photographers of d.tech

Jaya Reddy | jreddy19@dtechhs.org | February 26, 2019 These days, almost everyone carries a camera with them in their pocket. So what separates the average smartphone user from a real photographer? Want a hint? It’s not their camera. If you’re interested in learning about photography, specifically how to use a camera, a film camera is …

Photo Series: What’s up with Rollins Now?

By: Kirill Naumov This year d.tech has made huge steps forward as a school — we moved into our  new building. Students, staff, parents – everyone was psyched to experience that moment. Now time has passed, and we have settled into the Oracle campus, but have you ever wondered how the hangar -the REAL hangar- …

Quincy’s Photography Show Brings Together Artist Community

By Max Otake Quincy Stamper is making an impact in San Francisco’s art scene. In collaboration with the San Francisco Asian Art Museum, the d.tech teacher and professional photographer presented his show 5 years, One Night on Thursday, Sept 19, marking his second photography show this year. The exhibit reflected Stamper’s work from the past five …

Russ Moeller’s Secret Past

By Brian Freedman d.tech’s very own Russ Moeller had a very exciting previous life as a war photographer in Croatia and Bosnia, during the summer of 1992, photographing the Balkan Conflict. Who knew?  I had the privilege to hear his story, and I think the d.tech community will be wowed by what one of our own teachers …