Assistant Professor, Photography
Meggan Gould’s photographic work primarily seeks to visualize the act of seeing in new ways, using photographs and the act of photographing as a departure point in various groups of work. She is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she studied anthropology, the SALT Institute for Documentary Studies, where she studied non-fiction writing, and Speos (Paris Photographic Institute), where she finally began her studies in photography. She received her MFA in photography from the University of Massachusetts – Dartmouth. She taught at Speos (Paris Photographic Institute), Kutztown University, and Bowdoin College before coming to the University of New Mexico.