Carrie Isaacson, M.F.A.

Carrie Isaacson

Carrie Isaacson, assistant professor of photography, is a native Texan, born on Galveston Island and reared in Corpus Christi. After graduating high school from Incarnate Word Academy, Carrie began studying studio art at Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi (TAMUCC). She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with a concentration in photography in 2007 from TAMUCC. Isaacson began graduate studies at TAMUCC shortly after completing her B.F.A., receiving her Master of Fine Arts with a concentration in photography in 2010.

While attending TAMUCC, Carrie became a well-rounded artist whose work demonstrates an acute understanding of various digital, analog, and alternative photographic processes, as well as drawing and sculpture. She has exhibited her work internationally and across Texas, and has won various awards in juried exhibitions. Her work can also be seen in a number of private collections.

In the summer of 2008, Isaacson studied photography abroad at the Santa Reparata School of Fine Art in Florence, Italy. Her professional background includes an internship with the American Heart Association, assisting to curate a show for the Art Museum of South Texas, and teaching photography as a graduate teaching assistant and as an adjunct professor.

Degrees Earned

  • Bachelor of Fine Arts, Photography, Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi, 2007
  • Master of Fine Arts, Photography, Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi, 2007
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