Sarah E. Gibbons received her B.A in photography and art history from Lycoming College and her M.F.A. in photography from Savannah College of Art and Design. Having been interested in art from an early age, she chose photography after getting involved in her high schoolʼs photography and yearbook programs.
Sarah's photography has explored the construct of personal identity in relation to gender, place and family, and group identity in relation to stereotype. With time being central to all of her work.
Her professional experiences include head of the printing department for a New York City retouching studio, assistant teaching and guest lecturer, and Custom Lab Technician for the Maine Media Workshops. Sarah has been a member of The Society for Photographic Education since 2007.
Sarah lives in Durham, NC, where she teaches at The Art Institute of Raleigh-Durham and can be found on the local tennis courts on the weekend.