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2020 SPE Annual Conference: Hosted by The University of Houston | Kathrine G. McGovern College of the Arts | School of Art

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Heather Braxton

Heather
Braxton

SPE Member since 2011
Member Chapter: Mid-Atlantic

Heather Braxton

SPE member since 2011
Hiraeth no 1
Digital Archival Print

Heather Braxton

SPE member since 2011
E Old Cold Spring Ln and Kernwood Ave
Digital Archival Print

Heather Braxton

SPE member since 2011
aether & offerings

Heather Braxton

SPE member since 2011
Hireath no 2
Digital Archival Print

Heather Braxton

SPE member since 2011
Greenspring Ave between Oswego and Shirley Ave
Digital Archival Print

Heather Braxton

SPE member since 2011
aether & offerings

Heather Braxton

SPE member since 2011
Hireath no 3
Digital Archival Print

Heather Braxton

SPE member since 2011
Greenmount Ave between Rose Hill Terrace & Wyanoke Ave
Digital Archival Print

Heather Braxton

SPE member since 2011
aether & offerings

Heather Braxton

SPE member since 2011
Hiraeth no 4
Digital Archival Print

about

Heather Braxton is an artist from Connecticut, she explores concepts of home and relationships through a variety of photographic methods including alternative processes, installation, video, photographic books, and darkroom processes. She graduated with a Bachelors of Art in Art, Photography, and Graphic Design from Western Connecticut State University in the spring of 2014. She is now is pursuing a Masters of Fine Arts in Photographic and Electronic Media at Maryland Institute College of Art. She has a special concern for giving back to her communities and has been involved with a range of student organizations from student government to art clubs to subcommittees for the improvement of student life. Currently at MICA she is on the leadership board of the Graduate Student Council and a leader of GradEx which organizes shows on campus and creates opportunities for off-campus graduate student run and curated exhibitions to showcase the talent of her peers and further students ability to work collaboratively.

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