“Looking back, its really cool to see how far I’ve grown from the photos, but the room to grow is still incredible and I have so much to learn,” Costello said. “Right now, I still think I’m that kid that picked up his camera for the first time.” Costello met Cory Wong, a professional photographer who is also a member of UCLA’s photography club, through the club’s Facebook group and worked as an assistant on one of Wong’s portrait shoots at the pink Paul Smith wall on Melrose Avenue. Costello said he learned new skills including how to interact with clients. Second-year English student Billy Costello and other members of UCLA's photography club make UCLA a thriving place for local photographers to hone their skills and share their passion for the art form. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff) Wong is a freelance photographer, and though he was never a student at UCLA, he and UCLA alumni are a part of the photography club. Like Costello, Wong appreciates that he can share his love for photography with others. “In photography, there’s not always one perspective,” Wong said. “It’s interesting to see other people and what their approach is to photography.” Alumnus Stanley Wu was the treasurer of the photography club in his second year at UCLA, and the president in his third, he said. His photography journey began as a fascination with the camera.
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