Welcome to the MICA Photography Department
“At Wallpaper* Magazine we are starting to look for 2015 graduates to feature in our Next Generation Graduate Directory Issue. We will choose a selected group of graduates, worldwide from BA courses that specialise in photography. This opportunity of showcasing the emerging photographic talent from photography courses across the world provides students with a platform to promote their work in our print issue and online.From the students we require a short blurb about their project and a few images to accompany this, an e-mail address and a link to the students website. Every applicants work will be reviewed and discussed by our photography team at Wallpaper*.”
If you have any questions, please feel free to get in touch with email@example.comAttached is a link to our graduates from previous years; http://www.wallpaper.com/graduate-directory/2015/photography.
© Sydney Cook
Today marks the end of an era for MICA Photo. This is the start of the renovation of the Color Photo Lab into a new multi-purpose space that will feature an expanded digital photo lab, and a flexible open area to be utilized for video installations, photo studio, and multimedia presentation. We bid a fond farewell to the hard working Omnia color print processor that served many a Basic Color class in the past. We will still support the processing, shooting, and scanning of color film, but the processor is moving on to a better place…wasn’t there a farm upstate that takes old processors to retire and roam freely in the pastures?
We are happy to announce the second edition of Native Son by Joe Leavenworth.
Native Son, a series of photographs made between 2009-2012 while crisscrossing the Southeastern United States, was originally published by VUU in January 2014, and has been featured with Burnaway, Paper Journal,Capricious, Ain’t Bad, PDN and Vice, among others.
Please join us for the book release and signing hosted by Mast Books.
Thursday, June 25, 6-8pm
66 Avenue A
New York, New York
BFA in Photography – Class of 2014“I graduated from MICA with a BFA in photography in 2014. At the time, I worked as a photographer for the Baltimore City Paper under Joe Giordano. After graduating, I left the paper and moved to New York to pursue an internship with photographer Mary Ellen Mark. Upon arriving, I began to intern at her studio in Soho as well as regularly assisting her on set.I also began to work freelance as a photography assistant. and as a digital retoucher. During this time, I also worked as a behind the scenes set photographer for feature films such as Stereotypically You.Three months after moving to New York, I landed a position as intern at National Geographic photographer Robert Clark’s studio. Not long after I began, I was moved from intern to Studio Assistant. Around this time, my internship with Mary Ellen Mark ended and I decided to stay in New York where I continued working for Robert Clark.Recently, I have been promoted to Studio Manager for Robert Clark and work full time at his studio in the Brooklyn Navy Yards.My duties mostly consist of managing the rental of the professional photography space in house, as well as acting as Robert’s First Assistant which includes editing, booking trips for National Geographic, and operating his photographic archive.I love my job…every day is a new and exciting adventure. Whether it’s thumbing through Robert’s archive of unbelievably beautiful and exotic photographs, to booking a Vogue shoot in the studio…there is never a dull moment. Although the position is taxing and requires a great deal of energy and time, I am still photographing and creating work as often as possible on my spare time.I am currently working on a body of photographs about the culture of the American Appalachian region which was just featured online alongside an interview on Appalachian Appreciation. The end goal of the project is to complete and publish a book of the photographs. ” – Patrick R Pilkey
The website “Complex” (www.complex.com), a style, news, and popular culture website, has published a list of the “20 Best Photographers Under 20 Right Now”. We are pleased to announce that Noorann Matties, a MICA photo major, was listed among the twenty artists featured on the list!
The internship provides an opportunity for individuals to learn about the operation of a nomadic, non-collecting museum focused on site-specific and subject-oriented projects in Baltimore. Interns will work closely with our small staff to carry out projects and facilitate our Speaker Series that brings internationally-recognized artists, critics, and art professionals to Baltimore. Interns are responsible for producing an issue of our annual intern publication, Scroll. The Contemporary offers each intern a stipend. Additionally, academic credit may be arranged with the intern’s college/university– student status, however, is not a prerequisite for consideration.