Michael Donnor stresses the importance of visual literacy and the creation of a unique visual language so that each student's creative vision can be fully articulated.
Professional Title: Adjunct Photography Faculty
Areas of Academic Focus and Expertise: Photography
Area of Work and Concentration at Lesley: Photography
Representative List of Recent Courses Taught: Traditional Black and White Photography,
Introduction to Photography: Digital
Education: BA Photography University at Buffalo: 2006
MFA Photography: Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University: Expected 2014
Representative List of Recent Publications / Exhibitions:
Our world is photographic, we must know how to comprehend it, engage it, and traverse it. I develop creative and critical thinking that supports an understanding of visual literacy that will develop student's visual language. With the knowledge of visual literacy I further engage my students to create their own photographic language that challenges, questions, and articulates the world around them.
Liberal Arts and General Education
Graduate Alumni Artwork
Graduate Faculty Artwork
Pre-College Student Artwork
Undergraduate Faculty Artwork
Undergraduate Student Artwork
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Sloat, an instructor at Lesley University, discusses the photo program and his teaching philosophy in the Spring 2013 issue of PDNedu magazine
Cotton Miller, MFA in Photography '13, discusses his work with the Boston Globe.