Florida Tech Grad Student Trains His Camera on Variety of Subjects
MELBOURNE, FLA. — A photographer for more than a decade, Florida Institute of Technology graduate student Efram Goldberg has never quite settled on one particular subject for his photography.
Viewers will be the beneficiary of his wandering eye as Goldberg, enrolled in Florida Tech’s chemistry program, mounts a show of his photographs at Evans Library on the university’s Melbourne campus. “Through the Lens: A Photography Exhibition by Efram Goldberg,” features extreme close-ups of Florida wasp species, action shots from Florida Tech and national sporting events, international portraiture and stunning infrared images.
The show runs from June 13 through Sept. 15.
Goldberg, who began with black and white photography while in high school 12 years ago, has had exhibits at the Secret Woods Nature Center in South Florida and elsewhere and been featured in the South Florida Sun Sentinel and other publications. He served as photo editor of The Crimson, Florida Tech’s student newspaper.
Goldberg’s exhibit will feature multiple categories of photos, including macro, landscapes, infrared, student life, sports and birds.
The exhibit will be viewable during the library’s regular hours. Through July 25, those hours are 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday-Thursday; 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday; and 1-9 p.m. Sunday. The library is closed on Saturday. From July 26-Aug. 17, the hours are reduced to 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, with the library closed Saturday and Sunday.