Portrait taken by Jared Wickerham
Originally from Seattle, WA, Lake Lewis is a fourth-year architecture student at Carnegie Mellon University. He has been named a DiversifyPhoto "Up Next" Photographer, and his work has been featured in Travel & Leisure, Pittsburgh City Paper, and Carnegie Mellon University. 
Photography is a medium that allows him to tell stories of various beings; living, built, and everything in between. Through his images, Lake hopes to contribute positive change to the ever-dynamic and uncertain world around him. 
“A good photograph is one that communicates a fact, touches the heart and leaves the viewer a changed person for having seen it. It is, in a word, effective.” - Irving Penn
Honors & Awards
Judge's Commendation Award - AIA National Photography Awards | 2020
Recipient of HONORABLE MENTION for Scholastic Arts and Writing Competition | 2018
Recipient of SILVER KEY for Scholastic Arts and Writing Competition | 2018
Recipient of GOLD KEY for Scholastic Arts and Writing Competition | 2018
"3RD PLACE in ARCHITECTURE" - Washington State High School Photography Competition | 2018
"SELECT" - Washington State High School Photography Competition | 2017
"FINALIST" - Washington State High School Photography Competition | 2016 & 2017
Shortlist for Youth Environment - Sony World Photography Awards | Published 2016 
Image “Untitled” Placed in Public Metro Bus Shelter in Seattle, WA | 2015
LINK to Some of the Awarded Images