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Hi, I'm Madison! My superpower is being able to capture a moment in time with my handy-dandy camera!

Fairview High School (Senior)

Photography/ Broadcasting wanna-be

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Bald Eagle

Photography by Madison Stewart This lovely bird is a resident at the Montgomery Bell State Park animal rehabilitation program in Tennessee. If you look closely at the bird, it has a reconstructed beak due to a hunter shooting off it's original one. The bird has adapted fine to this change and is doing well.

Posted in Bald eagle

Butterfly Photography

Photography by Madison Stewart

Posted in Butterfly

Portrait Photography

Photography by Madison Stewart

Posted in Portrait

Madison Stewart just earned a profile!

Please welcome Madison by checking out the profile: sussle.org

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GISHWHES Wedding

By doing GISHWHES this year, I learned a lot about what I am willing to do for fun. I had an amazing time running around for a week doing things I never thought I would actually do. This was one of them: getting married in kitchenware with a pirate there to marry us. Man! What a crazy summer!

Posted in GISHWHES

Midsummer

This is my poster concept for Midsummer Night's Dream featuring Helena and Hermia for my English Shakespeare project.

Posted in A Midsummer Night's Dream

Portrait Photography

Photography by Madison Stewart

Posted in Portrait

Portrait Photography

Photography by Madison Stewart

Posted in Portrait

Sting theory is something that is highly controversial in our world today, and that's what got me interested in it. This is a video I compiled for a math project for my freshman year of high school. I took what I learn from the PBS NOVA site and tried to make it easy for a high school student to understand.

Posted in String theory