Associate Dean and Assistant Professor of Media Studies
Her research, teaching and creative production have consistently explored cultural practice as expressed through media representation, focused upon philosophies and politics of virtual identity construction and the predominance of animals in and as media. Her academic degrees and ongoing academic study are in communication/advertising, media studies/media philosophy, photography and related media. Her professional training is in photography, video, film and multimedia production. She has worked creatively and professionally with these media formats in the roles of producer, director and editor for many years. Recently, she has dedicated her praxis to producing conceptual photography and video.
Animals & Society
Essay and photo selections from the series Look Alive!: Imprint: PSD Promotional Feature, forthcoming 2018.
Photo from the series Animals Inhabit Fashion Ads: Group Exhibition, Aparatus of Discomfort, Photoville, Brooklyn Bridge Park, 2017
Media technology and production practices, animal representation in media, communication philosophies, cultural documentary, media ethics, conceptual photography and video.
Animals as Media