Diane Durant is an artist and writer living in Fort Worth, Texas. She is a graduate of Baylor University (BFA '01), Dallas Theological Seminary (MA/BC '04), and the University of Texas at Dallas (MA '07; PhD '13). Diane is currently a Senior Lecturer in Photography at UT-Dallas and the president of 500X Gallery, Texas' oldest artist-run gallery. Outside of Dallas, her work has been recently exhibited at A/NT Gallery in Seattle, RayKo Photo Center in San Francisco, with the Midwest Center for Photography in Wichita, and at ARTSPACE 111 in Fort Worth as a part of their Regional Juried Exhibition where she was also awarded Best in Show (Andrea Karnes and Ron Tyler, jurors). In February, her work was included in #MobilePhotoNow at the Columbus Museum of Art in Columbus, Ohio. Diane is a former editor of The Grass Burr, the Rope, Sojourn, and Reunion: the Dallas Review. She and her 6-year-old daughter enjoy making condos for feral cats in the winter and collecting vintage cameras. More often than not, they eat cake for breakfast.