Michael Marshall earned his MFA from Arizona State University in 2000. For the past fifteen years his work has explored the intersections of science and the left brained sensibility of intuition and emotion, a mirror of his undergraduate degrees in Physics and Studio Art. Over that time his work has ranged from poetic to socially engaged, taking numerous forms from delicate platinum prints to mixed media constructions in digital printing, encaustic and wood. He has been teaching photography at the University of Georgia since 2001 where he is currently Professor of Art, Associate Director of Curriculum, and the Director of the Social Ecology Studio - an interdisciplinary engaged-arts research lab.
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Learn more about sponsor & exhibitor opportunities for the 56th Annual Conference in Cleveland, OH!