Bridget Murphy Milligan was born in Columbus, Ohio in 1975. She studied photography and painting at Miami University, Indiana University and Cortona, Italy. While working on her MFA at Indiana University, she received the Jacob K. Javits Fellowship from the United States Department of Education in 1998-2001. Bridget is Associate Professor in the Department of Art and Art History at The College of Wooster and has had the privilege of teaching photography, digital imaging, and drawing since 2000. Bridget’s artwork explores the relationship between photography, communication, and storytelling. She is the recipient of two Ohio Arts Council Individual Artist Fellowships in 2003 and 2007 and is represented by the PhotoPlace Gallery.
As an artist and photographer, I work in many different media – still photography, digital imaging, alternative/experimental processes, interactive web art, integrated mixed and video. But no matter the method or the tools I use, it often seems to come down to one thing for me: the power of the narrative. To create and communicate a message is to tell a story. Film is an ideal media to depict a narrative. Through out my career as an artist, films have visually and conceptually impacted my photographic work.
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