The Photography Program at Bellevue College is studio centric with emphasis on developing an understanding of studio practice, theory, business marketing relationships, and constructing visual ideas that communicate with intent. The program emphasizes rigorous materials research, while developing an academic framework centered around the historical, theoretical and ethical content of the medium.
The photographic medium has become a central component to contemporary communications standards. Students choosing to study the impact of a creative practice have the ability to enter careers within the fine arts, commercial and editorial structures as well as business communications and marketing. On completion, the academic curriculum offers students the ability to sustain careers involving the production of creative content, management, and curation.
Chad White- Associate Professor
Christopher Arslain- Adjunct Professor
Ginny Banks – Adjunct Professor
Ron Tanzi – Art History
Margaret Zydek- Laboratory Supervisor
Daniel Glynn- Assistant Director, Art Gallery
Last Updated November 2, 2017