Photography & Digital Arts

Above photos: 2014 Thom Carroll Photography

The Photography & Digital Arts major is designed for students who are interested in working across multiple image-based disciplines. Students learn to utilize various forms of media as contemporary art-making tools, including, but not limited to: photography, video, animation, media-based installation, hand-made imagery, social media and emerging technologies. Students have the opportunity to investigate the unique aspects of these rapidly evolving disciplines, tools and techniques, while learning various strategies through which to realize creative photographic, digital and emerging media projects.  Read More About the Major...

News & Highlights

  • Jett Ulaner Sarachek '69  launched an indiegogo campaign to help fund an upcoming exhibition of her photographs from the book "My Horse, My Self: Life Lessons from Taos Horsewomen" in Taos, New Mexico in October. The book includes interviews which capture the unique and powerful relationships that women have with their horses, and in doing so has life lessons for all of us. 
  • Kathleen Marquart '12 left the non-profit sector to focus on breaking into the creative field. She started working as a product/ fashion photographer for Linda's Stuff, and now works at a quickly expanding Smoke/Vaporizer shop in the Northeast as a photographer and graphic designer.
Sarah Quick
I am currently employed at the Frick Art Reference Library in New York City as a scan technician in the conservation department. I help digitize rare and fragile books. I love being part of the process that preserves...
Sade Wimberly
My first internship was at A Model NYC, a modeling agency. I took models to go-sees and photo shoots, signed them up for Fashion Week, found events for them to go to and took Polaroid’s for their modeling book. I...
Melissa Ojeda
I love that Moore is a tight knit community because I enjoy being able to meet everybody and have a close connection with all of the women here. It is great to have friends in different majors because it allows for us...