Artist Profile

Cartledge stays busy with Honor Chorale, plays
Photo by Andrew Brown ’18 | Cole Cartledge ’18 rehearses for Brophy Student Theatre’s: Punchline a Super Musical. Cole has also recently peformed in Once in a Lifetime and sings for Brophy’s Honor Chorale. By Edwin Perez ’18 THE ROUNDUP Cole Cartledge ’18 immerses himself in the Brophy fine arts program from Honor Chorale to theater. Cartledge has been part of choir ever since freshman year. He moved to Honor…
Kalkman stays involved, shows dedication toward theatre, music
Photo by Andrew Brown ’18 | Keegan Kalkman ’18 sings as a cantor at the Summit opening Mass Feb. 27. Kalkman participates in many musical activities on campus and performs at many events. By Josh Spano ’18 THE ROUNDUP Keegan Kalkman ’18 stays involved on campus by staying after school for plays, participating in his band and the Wind Ensemble, and by having a love for both music and theatre.…
Kalkman stays involved, shows dedication toward theatre, music
Photo by Andrew Brown ’18 | Keegan Kalkman ’18 sings as a cantor at the Summit opening Mass Feb. 27. Kalkman participates in many musical activities on campus and performs at many events. By Josh Spano ’18 THE ROUNDUP Keegan Kalkman ’18 stays involved on campus by staying after school for plays, participating in his band and the Wind Ensemble, and by having a love for both music and theatre.…
Reeves works behind the scenes for many extracurricular activities
Photo Courtesy of Max Fees ’17 | Derby Reeves ’17 (right) and Cheney Meel (left) perform at the Battle of the Bands Feb. 10. Reeves started a band called “The Art School Wannabes” and plays at Brophy events. By Collin McShane ’19 THE ROUNDUP Brophy prides itself on being the “home to the sixth man,” which, in basketball terms, means it is the home of many unsung heroes. One of…
McKeon: Drawing has been a big part of my life
Photo Illustration by Bryce Owen ’17 | Carter Mckeon ’17 found a passion in drawing and has submitted much of his work through AP Studio Art. By Andrew Howard ’17 THE ROUNDUP Carter McKeon ’17 has been drawing since he was young, but he said over time the meaning behind his art began to change. I first started drawing when I was in elementary school,” he said. “I originally started…
Hawkins uses instrumental talents to help others
Matthew Ramella ‘19 THE ROUNDUP How often do we make real life decisions based on a video game, especially when it comes from a game like “The Legend of Zelda?” Karson Hawkins ’19 thought back to when he heard the cello being played on “The Legend of Zelda,” and said from then on he decided to play the large, deep sounding string instrument. “The cello has a deeper sound, and it…
Junior Roskosz expresses himself through art
By Camden Andl ’19 THE ROUNDUP AP Studio Art student Dylan Roskosz ’18 has been drawing for around three years, inspired to start by one of his friends. “I was somewhat jealous of my friend who was a really good artist,” Roskoszsaid. “I thought his art, and art in general, was really interesting.” Roskosz started his art career by taking summer courses while in middle school. He continued to take Humanities, 2D Art Drawing…
Berg demonstrates growth in theatre, looks forward to possibility of film
By Tyler Conrad ’17 THE ROUNDUP Stokley Berg ’18 has already made his mark in the theatre department, largely because he had discovered his love for acting since long before freshman year. “My favorite aspect of the plays is getting to connect with other actors and getting to display someone who I’m not to other people, I just think that that’s fun,” Berg said. In just two years at Brophy,…
Taillieu leads 88 Key Club with nearly 10 years piano experience
Photo by Andrew Brown ’18 – Sebastien Taillieu ’19 leads the piano club, 88 Keys, having played the piano since he was only 5 years old. By Jack Cahill ’17 THE ROUNDUP Sebastien Taillieu ’19 is one of the school’s skilled musicians, specifically with a love for the piano. Taillieu has been learning and practicing his piano skills since the age of five, and he still “has room to get…
Thomas finds creativity through camera lens
Photo by Cory Wyman ’16 – Jeff Thomas ’16, posing with several of his photographs, incorporates both his creativity and personality into his photography. By Luis Torres ’16 THE ROUNDUP In the past year, senior Jeff Thomas ’16 made his photography unique by incorporating his creativity and personality into his work. “Everyone can take a picture of the stars, everyone can take a landscape shot, but I like to add…