Assistant Professor, Visual Arts
Matthew Moore received a BFA degree from The Center for Creative Studies in Detroit, Michigan in 2000 and an MFA degree in 2009 from Georgia State University in Atlanta, GA. While there he was awarded the Ernest G. Welch Graduate Photography Award in 2007 and the Chandler Award in 2006. Matthew has been a frequent contributor to Hour Detroit Magazine and his 2004 documentary “A Tale of Two Cities” won a silver medal for Best Photo Essay in a City or Regional Magazine. Other editorial clients include Detroit Home Magazine, XXL and Mass Appeal. Matthew has taught photography at several institutions and universities including Henry Ford Community College in Dearborn, Michigan and Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia.
Photography program description:
In a world saturated by images, photography has become a language of our modern culture. With that in mind, students in the photography program at Anne Arundel Community College will learn to create more expressive and engaging photographs. A wide variety of courses including digital photography, black & white photography, color photography, studio lighting, photo-journalism, and alternative photographic processes allow students to explore the many creative possibilities the medium has to offer while also gaining a strong technical foundation in the craft. Students enrolled in photo courses are also encouraged to take advantage of the field trips, photo exhibitions, and social events organized by Oh Snap!, the AACC student run photography club.