Professor, Committee Chair of Two-Dimensional Studies, alternative cameras/photo/digital/installation
I received both my degrees from Northern Illinois University; a BFA in Metals, 1970, and my MFA in Photography, 1976. Over the last thirty years I have taught photography at NIU, Elgin Community College, Syracuse University, and currently Bowling Green State University. I was one of the co-founders of the Syracuse University art photography program, and I have also served several stints as an arts administrator, most recently as the Director of the School of Art at BGSU. My photographs, drawings and paintings have been exhibited locally, regionally and nationally. I have been deeply privileged as an artist-educator, love teaching, and firmly believe that my best artwork still lies in front of me.
Faculty member since 1995.
Instructor, Social Landscape/Color Photography
Faculty member since 2009.
Associate Professor, Area Head of Photography, traditional fine art black and white
M.F.A., Photography, Yale University School of Art, 1986; B.F.A., Photography, Massachusetts College of Art, 1984; B.A., American Studies, Boston University, 1977. Faculty member since 1987.
Faculty member since 1987.