Katie Kline, a photographer and teaching artist, holds a BFA from the NYU Tisch School of the Arts and an MFA from Columbia University. She taught her first photography class as a senior in the department of Photography & Imaging as part of the 2005 Community Collaborations course. Since then, she has worked in art education through the Guggenheim Museum, the Joan Mitchell Foundation, and the International Center of Photography. For the past two summers she has co-taught the NYU Tisch Summer High School Program in Photography & Imaging.Her work has been exhibited in New York, New Orleans, and Los Angeles and can be seen online at www.katiekline.com.
Megan Hilliard is a senior in the NYU Tisch Photography and Imaging program and will graduate may 2014. She was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. She took her first photography class in 8th grade as her art elective and was immediately hooked. Throughout her high school years she took photography classes every year and when she graduated she received the Visual Arts Award from the school. After attending NYU, she came to the realization that although she loved photography her true passion was in teaching youth. She hopes that after graduation, she can continue to inspire the next generation through teaching.