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Michael Froio (b. 1976) graduated from Drexel University with a BS in Photography in 2001. Michael’s work focuses relics of the industrial era while considering their context in the modern landscape. He has received several grants and fellowships including a two-year Career Development Fellowship and Alumni Travel Grant with the Center for Emerging Visual Artists as well as a 2009 Individual Artist Fellowship from the New Jersey Council on the Arts. Michael has published articles with the National Railway Historical Society and presented lectures for the Center for Railroad Photography and Art, The Library Company of Philadelphia and various Chapters of the National Railway Historical Society.
Since 2001 Michael has been responsible for the day-to-day operations of the 10,000 square foot facility in the Photography Program, supporting both analog and digital labs while managing camera and equipment inventories available for student and faculty use. His teaching includes foundation classes taught within the major as well as classes offered in the minor and non major curriculum.