There is a new resource on campus that can help you with your photography and design work–the Photo and Design Center in the School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering. The center is co-located with the Large Format Print Center in ETRL 203. The center can facilitate design jobs and photography on a by–project basis. Michelle White, graphic designer/photographer, is available for consultation Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to noon and from 12:30 pm to 4:30 pm. For job estimates, please call or email. Services are available to the entire WSU community, including branch campuses.
Graphic designer/photographer Michelle White shoots with a Nikon D300, a 12 mega pixel professional camera. The center’s studio is equipped with portable lighting kits and various backdrops.
Photography services include:
Portraits (in the studio or on location)
Student club photos (portraits, group photos, events)
Professors working with students in the lab or classrooms
Detail shots of research work/equipment
Site identifier background images/images for websites
Please make an appointment in advance to avoid scheduling conficts.
The photographer is available outside of her scheduled work hours and on weekends.
Giant hall posters
The Photo and Design Center complies with WSU’s graphic identity standards.
The Photo and Design Center can also add QR Codes to any design job!
What is a QR Code?
QR means “quick response” – it’s a 2D matrix image that stores data and does not need the internet.
How are QR codes used?
Smartphone users can download free software to read QR Codes
Scan Code with camera phone to activate Code
The QR Code directs the user's browser to a URL with additional information. Or the phone directly displays the information stored in the QR Code.