Wake Forest in Photos

Focus on the Forest

A photoblog by university photographer Ken Bennett

Wake Forest university photographer Ken Bennett is active on campus and in the university community, providing a new perspective into our student body, faculty and staff, events, and the Wake Forest campus community.

A panoramic view of Hearn Plaza and Reynolda Hall on the campus of Wake Forest University. -Ken Bennett


Wake Forest on Exposure (photostories.wfu.edu)

A picture is worth a thousand words, but seeing Wake Forest for yourself is priceless.

Lion’s Tail, Tiger Lilies and Bear’s Breeches — Oh My!

Lion’s Tail, Tiger Lilies and Bear’s Breeches — Oh My!

Spring has sprung at Wake Forest, and our landscaping crew has celebrated its arrival with eye-popping floral creations in every corner of campus. The technicolor works of art make the perfect backdrop for a game …

Tintype Photography

Tintype Photography

The tintype is one of the earliest photographic processes, popular in the 1860s and 1870s. A light-sensitive emulsion is coated onto a black metal plate, exposed in the camera while it’s still wet, then immediately developed …

Lovefeast 2016

Lovefeast 2016

Moravian student Jane Sherrill Stroupe (’67) organized the first Wake Forest Lovefeast in December 1965. Two hundred students gathered to celebrate the traditional meal. Since then, the Wake Forest Lovefeast has grown to be the largest in North America…