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A visual representation of student work from my last 11 years teaching photography and digital media.

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markam keith adams
asgmka montclair, nj, usa
Markam Keith Adams has worked professionally in the field of photography for over twenty years and has acquired an extensive knowledge of the medium. Since 1990, he has been working with digital media and alternative processes, utilizing techniques that redefine the concepts of perception and reality. His explorations into the boundaries of photography have resulted in award winning works that have been included in numerous exhibitions, both nationally and worldwide. Keith has an MFA from Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts in Photography and Digital Media in 2000 and an MA from New York University in Art and Humanities Education and an. In addition, he attended the Southeast Center for Photographic Studies in Daytona, Florida. He presently teaches photography at Rowan University as an Assistant Professor.

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asgmka

asgmka says

Thanks for your comments jerunn. This is my first version of this book of student work and I want to get feedback while I gather all the indexed information. It is very challenging to get feedback without "publishing" it and having folks preview the book in its present state. I have been using Blurb in this manner for some time. Regardless, I am changing layout slightly and adding all the names and school information in the in the next version, which is in progress now.
I apologize for giving the impression that you perceive. You have a legitimate concern and I have had discussions about this with colleagues. Can you give me feedback on any other elements of the book?
Respectfully,
Keith

posted at 06:58am Jan 22 PST

jeruun

jeruun says

why thef**k is there no credit of the students who made the photographs and therefor are the authors of this book. this guy is totally using his students his students work in an absolutely unacceptable manner!
it really makes me angry!

posted at 05:41am Jan 22 PST

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