PHOTOGRAPHY AS A MEDIUM IS FLUID, DYNAMIC AND CONSTANTLY RE-INVENTING ITSELF
Photography as a medium is fluid, dynamic and constantly re-inventing itself. To be a photographer today is to place yourself in the center of a world where image making possibilities are endless and where you can decide when to embrace tradition and when to reject it. In Photography, you build a strong foundation in analog and digital techniques and lighting strategies, explore expansive ways of thinking about and making images, and develop a vocabulary to discuss and critique your work and the work of others.
While developing a high degree of professional proficiency, you learn to communicate powerfully and to critically examine the challenges of photographic expression in the contemporary art landscape. All of this provides you with the foundation you need to pursue your career goals, whether in galleries, commercial photography, or graduate studies.
Teresa Christiansen studied psychology and painting as an undergraduate and received her MFA in photographic studies through the Bard College – International Center of Photography program in NYC. She has exhibited her work widely, including in New York, and Philadelphia, most recently at the Photographic Center Northwest in Seattle and the Portland Art Museum. She was a 2007 winner of PDN Photo Annual.Read More