Robin Paris (2003) – Associate Professor and Chair – BA Studio Arts (1988), Evergreen State College; MFA Photography (1993), Savannah College of Art and Design
Robin studied visual anthropology and creative writing before getting her MFA in photography. She spent a year as a resident artist at Anderson Ranch in Aspen, Colorado where she assisted such artists as Keith Smith and Jerry Uelsmann. She has worked in marketing and as a photo editor for small publishing companies in Georgia and Colorado. She currently works in historical processes, digital imaging, and book works and exhibits them nationally.
Christine Rogers (2013) – Assistant Professor – BA Anthropology (2004), Oberlin College; MFA in Studio Art (2008), Tufts University
Christine Rogers is an artist from Nashville, Tennessee who holds degrees from Oberlin College and Tufts University. She has exhibited widely across the United States and was in a two-person show at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Santiago, Chile in the fall of 2012. She was a Visiting Lecturer of Photography at Wellesley College outside of Boston from 2008-2011 and has lectured on her work across at various institutions such as Vanderbilt University, Watkins and Cooper Union in New York. From 2012-2103 Christine was a Fulbright-Nehru Senior Research Scholar completing research for her project, “Photographing Imagined Landscapes: The Switzerland of India,” with a solo show in India staged at 1 Shanthi Road Gallery in Bangalore, Karnataka. Her work has been written about in Time Out Bengaluru, The Bangalore Mirror, The Hindu, New Landscape Photography, The Tennessean and the Nashville Scene.
Caroline Allison - BA Fine Arts (1994); MFA Fine Arts (1999) School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Caroline has exhibited her photographs both nationally and internationally in New York, Chicago, Berlin, and Vienna. She is a recipient of a Bronx Museum of Art fellowship and has been Artist-in- Residence for the city of Frankfurt, Germany. Photographs from her “Somewhere and not Anywhere” series can be seen locally at Zeitgeist Gallery.
Angel Rabus - MFA, Photography, Kansas State University
Angelique Rabus shows her work nationally and internationally. Her work addresses the abstractness of fine art photography and challenges the definition of photography. Her goal as an instructor is to push her students passed their comfort zone into making work that is innovative and conceptual.
Annie Herlocker - MFA, Book Arts, University of Alabama
photography advisory board
Mike Borum - Chromatics Photo Imaging
Paul C. Buff - Paul C. Buff Inc. (White Lightning & Alien Bees)
Richard Newman - Calumet Photographic