Skylar Lester


Location icon United States of America

Skylar Lester is an experienced Photographer from North Palm Beach, Florida. She studied Digital Media at Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts and is currently majoring in Photojournalism at Pierce College in Los Angeles, California. Skylar enjoys shooting events, weddings, portraits, and travel photography. No matter what subject she is covering - her passion for the art of photography shows in all of her work.

If you are interested in booking a shoot please call or email.

T: (561) 676-7721
E: [email protected]

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Pierce at night - The Roundup News

When the sun sets, the mood on campus shifts. The atmosphere is more relaxed compared to the hustle and bustle of the day-but still is alive and vibrant. Stars glimmer over the Brahma statue and lights sparkle along the Mall, leading the late night crowd through the campus.

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Juilliard alumna performs - The Roundup News

For Anita Chang, it all began with a visit to her babysitter. The neighbor had a piano and the 5-year-old started playing it. Three years later, she was performing in front of audiences from New York to California. "I told my parents I had to have piano in my life."

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Club rushing of the Brahmas - The Roundup News

ASO President David Do is optimistic about the Fall 2015 Club Rush. He wants students to understand the purpose behind the event. "It's looking pretty good." Do said. "The gist is to get students out there and clubs out there to let them be known."

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Horses and riders: good neigh-bors - The Roundup News

Neighs filled the air as horses strutted their stuff for an audience of hundreds on Saturday, Nov. 7th. Pierce College's Sixth Annual Parade of Breeds event brought students, families, and members of the equestrian community together in a day dedicated to horses. Paddy Warner, equine science director at Pierce created the show years back to ...

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Hot deals at Topanga Vintage Market - The Roundup News

Hot temperatures didn't stop the Topanga Vintage Market from setting up on the Pierce College Campus. The vintage market returned on Sept. 27 with their selection of antiques collectables, food trucks and live music. With more than 180 vendors, the vintage market is known as one of the best flea markets in the Valley.

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Hot Pierce-suit - The Roundup News

Students went about their business as usual during another one of Pierce College's typically slow Fridays unaware that just down Winnetka Avenue LAPD officers were following a stolen white Honda Accord toward the campus. Officers noticed the car had no plates and discovered it was stolen after running the VIN number.

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Her chemistry with horses - The Roundup News

Assistant professor of chemistry Sara Harvey has chemistry with students and horses alike. Harvey has been teaching Chemistry 60, 101, and 102 at Pierce for about nine years. But every morning she horseback rides before class in Westlake Village. This semester she has added a new responsibility-department cair. "It's a new position.

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World class experience - The Roundup News

B y the time adjunct media arts professor Daniel Nyiri was 26, he had already written and directed a short film starring Helena Bonham Carter. As the son of a playwright and grandson of a screenwriter, it appears that film industry is in his blood.

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Pierce Volleyball advances to quarterfinals - The Roundup News

The Pierce College Women's Volleyball team defeated the 15th ranked Riverside City College Tigers in a three set sweep, moving on to the second round of regional playoffs. Pierce, ranked second overall, made short work of RCC with a (25-13, 25-21, 25-23) victory. The first set began with Pierce showing why they were the number ...

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Bulls get first conference win - The Roundup News

The Pierce College baseball team broke its six-game losing streak with a victory against Moorpark College at Joe Kelly Field on Thursday, Feb. 19. Before facing Moorpark, the Bulls faced Oxnard College in back-to-back games. The team lost on Saturday, Feb. 14 (11-7) and on Tuesday, Feb.

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Honor society president adds global perspective - The Roundup News

Born in Saudi Arabia, raised in Kenya, and recently moved to California just five years ago, Ayesha Sheikh, an 18-year-old student at Pierce College, had lived an extraordinary life. As the daughter of a diplomat, it did not come as a surprise that she had been the President of the Alpha Gamma Sigma Honor Society here on campus for the past two semesters.

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Food Review: Tomato Patch - The Roundup News

Throughout its 40-year history, The Tomato Patch has served deli foods and vegetarian dishes to countless diners in Woodland Hills. The Tomato Patch is a small restaurant hidden inside of a shopping center on Corbin Avenue. Upon entrance, one notices its two windows for ordering food and its two seating areas.

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Father and son bonded by baseball - The Roundup News

The father-son dynamic between Lenny and Adam Ramirez can be seen on and off the field. Lenny Ramirez has been an athletic trainer at Pierce College since 1991. Previously, he worked as a physical therapist in the Antelope Valley area. At Pierce, Lenny Ramirez stays active all year managing the health regimens of the 12 different sports teams at Pierce.

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CSUN, UCLA representatives answer transfer questions - The Roundup News

Four weeks before the semester's end, representatives from California State University, Northridge and the University of California, Los Angeles were on campus for the annual UCLA and CSUN Transfer Day. The event, organized by the Transfer Center, gives students the opportunity to seek advice and have questions answered by members from multiple academic departments at ...