Michelle Rogers Pritzl was raised in Washington DC, where she fell in love with photography in a high school darkroom. Pritzl received a BFA from the Corcoran College of Art and Design in 2001, a MA in Art Education from California State University in 2010, and a MFA in Photography from Lesley University College of Art, where she studied with Christopher James, in 2014. Her work is often autobiographical and explores the tension between past and present in our psychological lives, often working in a digital/analogue hybrid and using historic alternative processes.
Pritzl has been widely exhibited including exhibitions in New York, New Orleans, Fort Collins, Boston and Washington DC. Pritzl was a Critical Mass Top 250 finalist in 2013, 2014 and 2017; she has been featured in Lenscratch, Noovo Editions,
Diffusion Magazine, Lumen Magazine, Your Daily Photograph via the Duncan Miller Gallery and her work as been recognized by the International Photography Awards, LensCulture and the Prix de la Photographie Paris.
This is an archival pigment print made from an unfixed lumen print. The images are slightly smaller than 8×10″, on a 8×10″ paper.
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