Luc Picone


Name: Luc Picone
Position: Photo Staff
Graduation Year: 2017


Images (50)


Photo: March through the Fog

By Luc Picone | Jan. 21, 2017, midnight

Hundreds of thousands of people flooded through Washington during the Woman's March on Washington on January 21st, 2017.

Photo: SilverLens interview

By Luc Picone | Dec. 14, 2016, midnight

SilverLens staff Olivia Lindsley, Mika Yatsuhashi, and Claire Maske interview H. Lee Gable, producing artistic director at the Rainbow Theater Project.

Photo: Hamlet Sees a Ghost

By Luc Picone | Nov. 22, 2016, midnight

Senior Abby Rowland (pictured right-center as Hamlet) was just one of many girls who performed as a male character.

Photo: Soldiers

By Luc Picone | Nov. 22, 2016, midnight

The show's modern theme saw armed soldiers in camouflage marching through the set.

Photo: Death n' Destruction

By Luc Picone | Nov. 22, 2016, midnight

Horatio (left-center, played by senior Jack Russ) looks on tearfully at the destruction and death left over by the show's final scene.

Photo: In the Air

By Luc Picone | Nov. 10, 2016, midnight

Blair soccer players run towards the ball.

Photo: Crowd Leader

By Luc Picone | Oct. 21, 2016, midnight

Senior Thierry Siewe Yanga leads the class of 2017 in a school chant.

Photo: Girls Tennis

By Luc Picone | Oct. 21, 2016, midnight

The girls tennis team runs with other sports teams to celebrate their season.

Photo: The Inferno

By Luc Picone | Oct. 21, 2016, midnight

The student section cheers the Blazers on at the homecoming football game versus Kennedy.

Photo: Volleyball

By Luc Picone | Oct. 5, 2016, midnight

Senior Thomas Brown de Colstoun spikes the ball in a volleyball game.

Photo: Busses

By Luc Picone | Oct. 5, 2016, midnight

The rain is coming down hard while seniors look for their assigned busses.

Photo: Food

By Luc Picone | Oct. 5, 2016, midnight

Hamburgers and hot dogs were the meal of the day for seniors and teachers.

Photo: Zipline

By Luc Picone | Oct. 5, 2016, midnight

A student takes a selfie as they zipline.

Photo: Golf

By Luc Picone | Oct. 5, 2016, midnight

Senior Cole Sebastien lines up a shot while playing mini golf.

Photo: Horse Shoe-ing

By Luc Picone | Oct. 5, 2016, midnight

Senior Elia Martin lines up a shot while playing a game of horseshoes.

Photo: Kismet_Showgirls

By Luc Picone | April 23, 2016, midnight

In a nod to the classic broadway theater Kismet originated in, a group of showgirls perform as a quartet.

Photo: Kismet_Storyteller

By Luc Picone | April 23, 2016, midnight

Senior Cameron Bauserman performs ‘Sands of Time', the opening song of the show.

Photo: Kismet_Hajj

By Luc Picone | April 23, 2016, midnight

The musical centers around a poor poet (right, played by senior Ari Goldbloom-Helzner) who tricks his way into richness and royalty while narrowly escaping getting caught.

Photo: Kismet_Couple

By Luc Picone | April 23, 2016, midnight

The Poet's daughter, Marsinah (junior Karuna Nandkumar) falls in love with the Caliph, the ruler of Baghdad (junior Jack Russ).

Photo: Kismet_Wazir

By Luc Picone | April 23, 2016, midnight

The evil Wazir (center) tries to prevent the couple's love, in the hopes of marrying the Caliph to a different bride.

Photo: Kismet_LaLucy

By Luc Picone | April 23, 2016, midnight

Luckily, the enchanting Lalume (senior Lucy Glenshaw) joins the Poet in foiling the Wazir's evil plan.

Photo: Kismet_Ensemble

By Luc Picone | April 23, 2016, midnight

The show featured an ensemble costumed in traditional Arabic styles.

Photo: Kismet_Elephant

By Luc Picone | April 23, 2016, midnight

Sophomore Eli Cohen (center) runs through a scene wearing an elephant's head, one of the many set pieces designed by stage crew.

Photo: Kismet_Ababu

By Luc Picone | April 23, 2016, midnight

The three Ababunian princesses (right center) strike the finishing pose of their dance.

Photo: Kismet_Dance2

By Luc Picone | April 23, 2016, midnight

The show included a variety of dances, inspired by multiple Middle Eastern styles and choreographed by Blair alum Elizabeth Spilsbury.

Photo: Kismet_Cast

By Luc Picone | April 23, 2016, midnight

The cast of Kismet strikes a pose at the end of a number.

Photo: BNC

By Luc Picone | April 15, 2016, midnight

Joining the BNC crew required an application process for next school year.

Photo: Ronee Goldman

By Luc Picone | April 9, 2016, midnight

Junior Ronee Goldman is going to the final round of the English Speaking Union (ESU) National Shakespeare Competition.

Photo: eric

By Luc Picone | March 23, 2016, midnight

Larry Bowers and Eric Guerci take questions from Blazers.

Photo: computer

By Luc Picone | March 11, 2016, midnight

Technology is an integral part of every classroom curriculum.

Photo: Pen and paper

By Luc Picone | March 11, 2016, midnight

Handwriting is slowly becoming obsolete in the classroom.

Photo: Traditional Dance

By Luc Picone | Feb. 26, 2016, midnight

Students Ankitha Durvasula and Ramya Durvasula perform a traditional Indian dance.

Photo: MAN Poetry

By Luc Picone | Feb. 26, 2016, midnight

Hermela Mengesha recites 'Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night' by Dylan Thomas. She was one of many students to perform poetry.

Photo: MAN 16 Hosts

By Luc Picone | Feb. 26, 2016, midnight

The 2016 Magnet Arts Night audience was kept thoroughly entertained by emcees Michael Yin, Priyanka Ravi, and Alice Varughese, who cracked jokes and made witty comments throughout the night.

Photo: Dramatic Violin

By Luc Picone | Feb. 26, 2016, midnight

Steven Qu performs a moving rendition of Vaughan Williams' The Lark Ascending, accompanied by Annie Zhao on piano (not pictured).

Photo: KPOP

By Luc Picone | Feb. 26, 2016, midnight

Students strike a pose during a KPOP dance routine.

Photo: Intone

By Luc Picone | Feb. 26, 2016, midnight

Senior Eric Chen leads Blair's student acapella group Intonation in a performance of 'Signed, Sealed, Delivered' by Stevie Wonder.

Photo: Donaldson Fam

By Luc Picone | Feb. 26, 2016, midnight

Student Will Donaldson (left), teacher Ms. Duval (center), and Mr. Donaldson (right) lead the audience in singing the Maryland Waltz.

Photo: Celine Dion Dance

By Luc Picone | Feb. 26, 2016, midnight

Student Annie Zhao performs a mesmerizing dance to Celine Dion's 'To Love You More'.

Photo: text

By Luc Picone | Feb. 11, 2016, midnight

The rulebook for texting is drastically different than any form of face-to-face communication.

Photo: luc

By Luc Picone | Dec. 22, 2015, midnight

Photo: strike

By Luc Picone | Dec. 16, 2015, midnight

The stage crew and actors help to disassemble the set after the play.

Photo: Race Discussions

By Luc Picone | Nov. 27, 2015, midnight

Mr. Shindel concludes his week-long Interracial Dialogue meetings, which sought to foster dialogue between students of differing backgrounds regarding race relations in America.

Photo: Plotting

By Luc Picone | Nov. 7, 2015, midnight

Some characters prefer to cause trouble. Borachio, played by junior Ben Trunk, explains his evil plan to his spiteful lord, Don Jon (portrayed by junior Cole Sebastien).

Photo: Costume and Hair

By Luc Picone | Nov. 7, 2015, midnight

The costume, makeup, and hair designs are just as colorful as the set.

Photo: Wedding

By Luc Picone | Nov. 7, 2015, midnight

Tragedy nearly strikes as the characters' lives are thrown into chaos by lies and deceit.

Photo: The Watch

By Luc Picone | Nov. 7, 2015, midnight

Eventually, the villains are rounded up and forced to confess their crimes to The Watch, a group of quirky village guards.

Photo: Gulling

By Luc Picone | Nov. 7, 2015, midnight

Hero (right center), portrayed by junior Abby Rowland, tells her handmaidens of her plan to make characters Benedick and Beatrice fall in love. The show's storyline focuses heavily on different characters working to bring romantic interests together.

Photo: Jack

By Luc Picone | Nov. 7, 2015, midnight

Junior Jack Russ woos an audience member as romantic lead Benedick. On several occasions, audience members were treated to direct interaction from actors.

Photo: Homecoming Storm

By Luc Picone | Oct. 10, 2015, midnight

A thunderhead descends over Blair High School and delays the Homecoming Football Game.