The Kenan Center in Lockport is presenting its 28th annual Storrs All-High Photo Show, which features the work of students from 24 high schools across central and Western New York. The show opened Sunday with an awards reception at the Kenan Center House Gallery, 33 Locust St. The exhibit continues through March 24.

This year’s juror for the show was Alec Maslowski, a portrait and event photographer/videographer. The Lockport resident is also an illustrator, graphic designer, artist and musician.

The Kenan Center House Gallery exhibitions are sponsored by M&T Bank, the Kenan Arts Council and the Grigg-Lewis Foundation. Award support is provided by The Buffalo News as well as individual sponsors.

Gallery hours are from noon to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. For more information, call 433-2617 or visit

The winning photographs by Western New York students are displayed here. See more winning photos and merit award winners on Page C2.

Best of Show – Student Processed: Melissa Carey, “Genesis,” Lewiston-Porter, Grade 12

Best of Show – Commercially Processed: Cassie Belden, “Liquid Luster,” Kenmore East, Grade 11

Black & White: Nick Blackwell, “Remorse,” Pembroke, Grade 11

Color: Ashley Gielow, “Untitled,” Akron, Grade 12

Urbanscape: Erica Moser, “Navy Pier,” Williamsville East, Grade 12

Landscape: Sam O’Connor, “Inevitability,” Kenmore West, Grade 11

Architecture: Amber Wade, “Snibston,” Lewiston-Porter, Grade 12

Sports: Grace Zabielski, “Wheel and Spokes,” Kenmore West, Grade 10

Portrait: Blake Peterson, “Today is Good for Vortlimpa,” Southwestern, Grade 12

Waterscape: Brittany Woodard, “Mystery Pond,” Cassadaga Valley, Grade 12

Still Life: Magen Peters, “Finding Tme,” Pembroke, Grade 12

NeXt Vision Award of Excellence: Jennifer Janowsky, “The Rapture,” Southwestern, Grade 12

Best Documentary/Photojournalism: Jamie Warecki, “Jaden’s Secret,” Cattaraugus Little Valley, Grade 12