Every week, cherubs were assigned to take photos of their daily lives in the dorm, dining hall, downtown Evanston, on field trips in Chicago and in classes. Every moment had the possibility of producing a “cherub life” worthy photo.
When it came time to submit photos at the end of the week, it was up to each cherub to pick and submit the best shots. Sunday evenings, before club presentations, instructor Sarahmaria Gomez critiqued photos that had been submitted, and pointed out the best and worst techniques. Here is a compilation of some favorite “cherub life” moments and the stories behind them.