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2018 SPE Annual Conference: Uncertain Times: Borders, Refuge, Community, Nationhood / Hosted by The University of the Arts

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Lindsay Godin

Lindsay
Godin

SPE Member since 2014
Member Chapter: Midwest

Lindsay Godin

SPE member since 2014
The Kiss
Underwater Photograph

Lindsay Godin

SPE member since 2014
Shining
Underwater Photograph

Lindsay Godin

SPE member since 2014
Corrode
Underwater Photograph

Lindsay Godin

SPE member since 2014
Struggle
Underwater Photograph

Lindsay Godin

SPE member since 2014
Drowning
Underwater Photograph

Lindsay Godin

SPE member since 2014
Disintegrate (Self Portrait)
Underwater Photograph

Lindsay Godin

SPE member since 2014
Untitled
Underwater Photograph

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Lindsay Godin was born in May of 1992. She lived her whole life in countryside of west-central New Jersey. She attended East Stroudsburg University (fall 2010 - spring 2014) majoring in Art & Design with one minor in Media Communications within the track of Photography. Her future plans are to pursue graduate studies and obtain an MFA in Photography. Lindsay developed a liking for photography and design in her late middle school years. She started refining her skills in a photography studio as a photographer assistant during her senior year of high school. She worked for East Stroudsburg University's Graphics Center as a graphic designer assistant from February, 2011 to August, 2013. Her graphic design work has been used by multiple student clubs and academic departments at ESU. She has also had her work displayed at local galleries in Monroe County, PA and at the Madelon Powers Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. With regard to grant work, Lindsay has assisted Professor David Mazure with a grant entitled "New Mythologists: The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse". Lindsay studied under the supervision of Professor Darlene Farris LaBar examining the artistic contributions of three underwater photographers/videographers with the goal of exhibiting 15 underwater photographs in Bethlehem, PA.

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