Photography Faculty

Meet Our

Photography Faculty

  • Portrait of Byron Wolfe
    Professor, Program Director, Graduate Advisor

    Byron Wolfe

  • Portrait of Martha Madigan
    Professor

    Martha Madigan

    • Website:www.marthamadigan.com
    • Contact: martha.madigan@temple.edu
    • Martha Madigan is best known for her exquisite solar photograms and public art works that refer to, record or transform aspects of nature and the human figure.  Madigan has explored the history of photographic light sensitive materials from the earliest cyanotype process to the latest in digital color photography.  

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    Associate Professor

    Rebecca Michaels

    • Contact: rebeccam@temple.edu
    • Rebecca Michaels possesses extensive experience as an educator, photographer, and graphic design professional.  Her artwork spans multiple disciplines which include the language of photography, graphic design, bookmaking, offset printing, and sculpture. She has exhibited her work and conducted workshops nationally and internationally, and has book works in various museum collections, including the Museum of Modern Art Book Collection NYC, The New York City Rare Books Library, and The USIS Cultural Centers in Senegal, Cameroon, and Liberia.

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  • Portrait of Sam Fritch
    Assistant Professor

    Sam Fritch

    • Website:http://www.samfritchphoto.com/
    • Contact: sfritch@temple.edu
    • Sam Fritch has always been drawn to people photography. From found images collected at flea markets to portrait projects of co-cultures, he is always studying pictures of people. This interest flows into Sam's commercial studio work where he provides images for schools, businesses and designers in the greater Philadelphia area.

      BFA, Kutztown University
      MFA, Tyler School of Art, Temple University

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  • Portrait of Mark Winicov
    Adjunct Assistant Professor

    Mark Winikov

    • Website:www.markwinicov.com
    • Contact: mwinicov@temple.edu
    • Mark Winicov teaches photography at both Tyler School of Art, Temple University and at Philadelphia University through the School of Architecture. He has received several grants including a Maryland Arts Council Grant. His work has been exhibited throughout the U.S. and can be found in various collections. His work has been most recently seen at the Abington Art Center, the Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, the Chautauqua Institute and through the Photo Review. 

      2004  M.F.A. in Photography and Digital Imaging. Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, Maryland.

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  • Portrait of Tamsen Wojtanowski
    Adjunct Assistant Professor

    Tamsen Wojtanowski

    • Website:www.tamsenwj.com
    • Contact: tamsenwj@temple.edu
    • Tamsen Wojtanowski's preferred mediums are photography, mixed media, and assemblage. In her studio she works with a number of different materials and processes to explore the malleability and accessibility of the photographic medium, through the creation of autobiographical imagery.

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  • Brad Jamula
    Adjunct Assistant Professor

    Brad Jamula

    • Website:bradjamula.com
    • Contact: bjamula@temple.edu
    • Brad Jamula questions the role photography plays in his larger artistic practice.  Focusing on issues of identity and connection, and the reimagining of our shared experience of the contemporary urban environment, his work incorporates photography as a jumping-off point, a form of documentation, and as part of a larger constellation of ideas and mediums.  He loves Philadelphia, and currently lives in the Spring Garden Historic District with his cats, Rosco & Betty.

      MFA in Photography – Tyler School of Art, Temple University, 2014

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  • Haigen G. Pearson
    Adjunct Assistant Professor

    Haigen G. Pearson

    • Website:www.haigen.co
    • Contact: haigen@temple.edu
    • Haigen G. Pearson is an artist currently living and working in Philadelphia, PA. With a pop-culture fascination and a complicated relationship with consumerism, his practice explores these cultural phenomena through a multidisciplinary approach of photography, moving image, sound, and graphic design. His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally.

      BFA, Photography & Digital Imaging, University of Utah

      MFA, Photography, Tyler School of Art, Temple University

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  • Julia Mead
    Adjunct Assistant Professor

    Julia Mead

    • Website:www.juliamead.com
    • Julia Mead is now a resident of Denver, Colorado after growing up and attending school in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She has a passion for perception and a rare ability to capture the sublime and intrinsic qualities of life through photography.

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