I am a photographic artist and educator. I specialize in environmental portraits of children, families and high school seniors and have worked as a professional portrait photographer for over 20 years. I am also an instructor of photography for the Art Institute of Pittsburgh’s Online Division serving as adjunct faculty since 2007.
My personal projects explore topics such as mark making, collecting and personal media archives.
The Retro Media Project is a workshop series I am developing primarily for youth that focuses on media literacy education and visual storytelling using handmade and vintage media art technologies. To learn more go to http://retromediaproject.com/.
The Analogue Dragon is my mobile media art studio that specializes in the use of historic and handmade processes. Products and services include salted paper and cyanotype printing, street portraits with vintage cameras and relief printmaking including linotype and wood block printing. Look for the Analogue Dragon at the Hillsdale County Farmers’ Market on sunny Saturdays from 8-12 May through September 2018.
To learn more go to http://analoguedragon.com/
I have degrees from Hillsdale College (B.A., Art, 1998) and Savannah College of Art & Design (M.F.A., Photography, 2005 and M.A. Arts Administration, 2013).