Instructor: Bryan Whitney

Bryan Whitney
Bryan Whitney is a fine art photographer from New York who specializes in installation work and alternative imaging techniques, including x-rays, 3-D and lens-less photography. He graduated from the University of Michigan with a degree in Psychology of Art, holds a Master of Fine Arts from Temple University and was the recipient of a Fulbright lecture grant. Whitney's work has been exhibited in galleries in the US and internationally and featured in numerous publications. In addition to traveling the globe for special projects for various museums, he teaches photography at the International Center of Photography in New York.

1981 B.A. Psychology of Art, University of Michigan
1988 M.F.A. Photography, Tyler School of Art
1992 Fulbright Grant For Lectures on American Photography

Selected Exhibitions, Work & Awards
David Richard Gallery, Santa Fe, NM, One Person Show
Speculum Speculorum, EFA Gallery, New York, NY, Group Show
Photographs In Sudan For Qatar Museums
Authority, Aerial and 3D Documentation of 7C. BC Kushite / Egyptian Temples
Radio Flora, Clark Gallery, Niles MI, One Person Show
"Infrastuctures", Hagedorn Foundation Gallery, Atlanta, GA, One Person Show
Botanica Miribilis, Hagedorn Foundation Gallery, Atlanta, CA, Two Person Show

Classes by this instructor

Harness sunlight to create dreamlike botanical images in rich blues. Pioneered in the 1840s, cyanotype is a type of photography that doesn't use a camera. Under the expert guidance of artist & photographer Bryan Whitney, you will make 5 prints, more...
244GWP245 05/17 Fr 10:00am-3:00pm Whitney