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Photography Department

Gregory Reed Gregory Reed

Gregory Reed is the 2017 recipient of the BOMA Photo/Video Journalist of the Year Award for excellence in Editorial Photography. Mr. Reed is a published photographer with images appearing in the Miami Herald, Sun Sentinel, Miami Times, South Florida Times and national and international publications. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology from Barry University (Miami Shores, FL) and a Master of Fine Arts in Film from the Miami International University of Art and Design. Mr. Reed is an active member of the American Society of Media Photographers. He and his wife of 24 years, Tammy, reside in south Broward County. National and Local Assignments include: President Barack Obama, New World Symphony, Democratic National Convention, Campaign to Elect Hillary Clinton, The Children’s Trust, Jazz in the Gardens, and Capital One Orange Bowl.

Angelika Rinnhofer Angelika Rinnhofer

Angelika Rinnhofer is an artist and an art educator. In her art practice, she works primarily in photography, video, dance and performance, but sometimes incorporates non-traditional art media such as baking, gaming, and trace making. In her work she reflects on the feeling of belonging and the effect of memory on her sense of affinity.

In 1995 Rinnhofer immigrated to the U.S. from Germany, where she had trained as a commercial photographer. She is the recipient of grants and two fellowships, and the New York Foundation for the Arts/ARTSPIRE-granted fiscal sponsorship to her current project "a priori."

Rinnhofer went to art school in Germany, and subsequently began her career as a commercial photographer. She has had a number of national and international exhibitions, and her images have been featured in various professional publications. Her art has been shown in solo exhibitions at Miami Beach Urban Studios, Miami, the Jewish Community Center in Dresden, Germany, the New Britain Museum of Art in New Britain, CT, at Light Work in Syracuse, NY, the Bernice Steinbaum Gallery in Miami, and the Paul Kopeikin Gallery in Los Angeles.

In 2010 Rinnhofer received her Master's degree in Fine Arts in New Media from transart institute in Berlin.

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