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2019 SPE Annual Conference: The Myths of Photography and the American Dream / Major support by The Joy Family Legacy Foundation

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Ashley Feagin

Ashley
Feagin

SPE Member since 2008
Member Chapter: Midwest

Ashley Feagin

SPE member since 2008
7 years, 6 months and 12 days

Ashley Feagin

SPE member since 2008
Baptism
Archival Pigment Print

Ashley Feagin

SPE member since 2008
Celebration

Ashley Feagin

SPE member since 2008
Baptism
Archival Pigment Print

Ashley Feagin

SPE member since 2008
Presentation

Ashley Feagin

SPE member since 2008
Eve
Archival Pigment Print

Ashley Feagin

SPE member since 2008
To Give

Ashley Feagin

SPE member since 2008
Generations
Archival Pigment Print

Ashley Feagin

SPE member since 2008
Being Martha

Ashley Feagin

SPE member since 2008
Fixed and Firm
Archival Pigment Print

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Ashley Feagin's work seeks to bridge the divide between viewer and artist. Effort is given to transform the viewer into a participant who collaborates in the storytelling process. Feagin's explores ways of building stories through photographs, installations, performances and collaborations.

Feagin's work is featured in several books published by Vermont Photography Workplace: "Poetic Objects: Still Life As Subject"," Home is Where the Camera Is", and "Redefining the Self Portrait". Her work is also featured in the traveling group exhibition; "Spinning Yarns: Photographic Storytellers". Feagin has presented lectures for Society for Photographic Education at both their regional and national conferences. Feagin received her BA in Photography from McNeese State University in Lake Charles, Louisiana in 2009 and received her MFA at Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, Louisiana in the spring of 2012. She is currently serving as a Visiting Assistant Professor at Albion College in Albion, Michigan.

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