Trio of photographers display work in CHHS gallery

Three College of Health and Human Services employees are currently displaying their photographic work in the second floor art gallery.

  • Michelle Adams is an administrative assistant in the School of Social Work.
  • Helen Beck is the coordinator at the Learning Resource Center.
  • John Brown is the network coordinator for CHHS Information Technology.

All of these individuals admit to having a camera at their side at most times. Whether they're capturing gardens, family members or 80 MPH landscapes, they use the lenses of their cameras to record the everyday moments of their lives.

The works on display demonstrate that all three have an eye for composition, making everyday moments something much more than ordinary. “It takes a lot of courage to display your own artwork,” says Dr. Susan Caulfield, professor in the School of Interdisciplinary Health Programs and curator of the CHHS second floor art gallery. “I was very pleased that these three artists agreed to let us use their work in our gallery. I can’t thank them enough.”

Excerpts of photos from Adams, Beck and Brown

Photographs will be on display in the CHHS second floor art gallery through the end of the semester. The gallery is open during regular building hours.