Randy Brown is a Denver-based artist, arts activist, and educator who has worked and exhibited in Denver and nationally for more than 30 years. He is an eight-year member of the fine arts faculty at RMCAD. Brown currently teaches a diverse, yet focused course load that includes Basic Photography and Photography II and Contemporary Digital Portraiture. Both of these classes are traditional, darkroom-based courses and include the use of 35mm SLR, Holga, Pinhole, Medium Format, 4X5, 8X10 and experimental hand-made cameras. Brown has received the Indonesian Documentary Project Honorarium at the University of Denver; Curators Stipend from the Invisible Museum; Museum of Outdoor Arts Exhibit Stipend; and Fellowship at The MacDowell Colony for the Arts. He has also completed a five-week residence to advance in-progress photographic work. Visit his website.
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Brown has completed assignments for numerous news magazines including Time, US News & World Report, USA Today, Hemispheres, Associated Press. His work has been in more than 40 gallery exhibits and is in the collection of the Denver Art Museum as well as many corporate and private collections.
Advanced Photojournalism, Advanced Projects/Internships, Architecture + Industrial Landscapes, Digital Color Photography, Digital Image Making, Documentary/Environmental Portraiture, Fundamentals of Digital Photography, Fundamentals of Photojournalism, Lighting I, Lighting II, Lighting III, Photo/Video Senior Portfolio Review, Photo/Video Sophomore/Junior Portfolio Review, Photography II, Portraiture/Business/Editorial Social, Professional Practices, Professional Practices: Real World Marketing, Project Development Portfolio, Senior Portfolio Review, Sophomore/Junior Portfolio, Visual Language and Storytelling