Michelle Burdine

Graduate Teaching Associate
Graduate Students

Michelle Burdine earned an AAS from the Ohio Institute of Photography in 1995, a BA from Antioch McGregor in 2005, and a Master of Humanities from Wright State University in 2013. During this time, she worked in the photography industry for 13 years, taught photography for Brightwood College for 10 years, renovated two houses, and traveled the world. Currently an MFA candidate at The Ohio State University, her artistic practice fully engages all things photographic, often combining historic, analog, and digital processes. Human interaction with the natural world, man-made environments, and human narratives are reoccurring themes in her work, which aims to comment critically on the social and physical control of humans and the environment through policy and institution.