The Dial

Mr. Green worked at Parsons School of Design in Paris as an instructor in the painting, fashion, and illustration departments. He continued his personal artistic career by working in his studio.

Lines and Colors: Drawing a Path to the Hilltop

By Alina Watson, Staff Writer March 4, 2020

Like many teachers at Hackley, Mr. Green started teaching before most current students were even born, making it hard to imagine that he hasn’t always been here. However, his path to the Hilltop is an...

Kyle captured this photo over the summer during one of his scuba dives, using a SeaLife Micro 2.0. In addition to capturing scuba divers, Kyle also likes to photograph sea life underneath the surface, capturing the full experience of scuba diving.

Kyle Spencer

By Jordan Miller, Editor in Chief April 3, 2019

Senior Kyle Spencer is exploring the natural world, specifically the oceanic realm, through the lens of his camera for his portfolio. His concentration focuses on water and its inhabitants. “I...

Nico Butterfield captured many photos on a family trip to Baniff National Park in Maine. He hiked the mountain in the background of this photo and swam in the lake at the foreground. His photographs commemorate trips with his family.

Nico Butterfield

By Jordan Miller, Editor in Chief April 3, 2019

Senior Nico Butterfield his creative outlet in photography after being inspired to enter the art world by his sister, Camille Butterfield ‘17. He explained, “My sister was this great drawer,...

Mark Green drew inspiration for his pieces from his experiences growing up with his father who was an architect, and from French philosopher Gaston Bachelard’s book The Poetics of Space.

Art teacher Mark Green opens solo show in Philadelphia

By Natalie Sukhman, Lifestyles Editor December 11, 2017

The majority of Hackley students are familiar with Upper School art teacher Mark Green’s sunny disposition and friendly nature. While people may know him to help students with their works, he also spends...

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