Angela Durón-Larson, M.F.A., M.S.T.
College of Human Sciences and Humanities
Angela Durón-Larson teaches photography for the Arts, Communication and Digital Media Studies programs. Her courses include Photojournalism, Digital Photography, Traditional Photography, Portraiture Studio Lighting and Visual Communications. Angela is an artist and professional photographer who has exhibited her photography, films and sculptures nationally and internationally.
Angela received her Master of Fine Arts in Imaging Arts: Photography and Related Media (Film/Video) from the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences in the College of Art and Design at Rochester Institute of Technology. She also earned her M.S.T. in Education with a minor studying with the School of American Crafts with emphasis in Metalsmithing also at Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, NY.
Areas of Expertise
- Fine art photography
- Commercial photography
- Digital media
- Traditional photo processes
- Nature photography
- Alternative photo media processes
Courses (Current Academic Year)
- Digital Photography
- Advanced Digital Photography
- Visual Communications
"I am an artist and a naturalist exploring the world around me."
- Documenting people and the flora and fauna in her travels to experience different cultures and landscapes
- Artistically investigating nature and how it speaks to us
- Work focused on the environment, traditional to conceptual portraiture and documentary film making
- Personal identity in a cultural framework
- The American Southwest along with Native American Culture