Teaching Portfolio

ArtCR40N03 The Photographer’s Eye, Macaulay Honors College, CUNY                 

The Macaulay Honors program invited me to develop a photography course for honors non-art majors. Inspired by John Szarkowski’s The Photographer’s Eye, weekly assignments considered concepts of The Thing Itself, The Detail, The Frame, Time, and Vantage Point. Students photographed with a range of digital cameras, depending on what they had access to, including iPhones and DSLRs.

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Vantage Point

 

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The Detail

 

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Time
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The Thing Itself
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The Detail

 

Arts 251B, Color Photography, Haverford College

Students developed an individual approach to photography. Work was critiqued weekly to give critical insights into editing of individual projects and the use of the appropriate photographic materials in analog or digital formats necessary to give coherence to that work. Students photographed in 35mm and medium format.

Final project was 24 prints, either matted and stored in handmade archival box or bound in handmade book along with artist statement.

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To incorporate audio recordings into her final project, I instructed the following Arts251B student in making a WordPress site. This was her first time working with audio and web formats.

Full WordPress Website:  https://the-anxiety-project.com/images/

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Arts 360 Alternative Approaches to Photography, Hunter College, CUNY

This course approaches photography in a hands-on, experimental way, combining analog and digital technologies, including 19th, 20th and 21st century photographic processes.

For additional images see the  Hunter College Photographer’s Collective, Winter 2019 Magazine here.

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Chemigram on fiber paper

 

 

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Chemigram on warmtone fiber paper

 

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Cyanotype on watercolor paper, contact printed with objects and inkjet negative

 

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Chromogenic photogram

 

Arts 499B, Senior Departmental Studies, Haverford College

The student creates a coherent body of work, expressive of the insights and skills gained from the major.  At the end of the senior year the student is expected to produce a show in Haverford’s Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery.

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Thesis Installation, Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery

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ArtLA 201, Art Foundations: Seeing, Thinking, Making, Hunter College, CUNY

Art Foundations ARTLA 201 is a team-taught course that prepares students for all courses in all concentrations in Studio Art. The course provides students with a foundational, cross-disciplinary knowledge base and familiarizes them with a variety of different media, concepts, and methodologies. 

Selections below come from a Documentary Photography assignment edited with Adobe Lightroom.

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