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Traci Marie Lee is a graduate of the Corcoran College of Art + Design in Washington, D.C., with a BFA in Fine Art Photography, as well as a Master in Fine Arts graduate from Lesley University College of Art & Design in Cambridge, MA. She is also the owner and photographer of Thread Photography - Fine Art Weddings.… Read More
Traci Marie Lee is a graduate of the Corcoran College of Art + Design in Washington, D.C., with a BFA in Fine Art Photography, as well as a Master in Fine Arts graduate from Lesley University College of Art & Design in Cambridge, MA. She is also the owner and photographer of Thread Photography - Fine Art Weddings.

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  • Owner + Photographer
    Thread Photography, LLC — USA
  • Digital Imaging Student Technician for Digital Imaging and Scholarship Services
    Moriarty Library — MA, USA
  • Independent Consultant
    Capgemini — DC, USA
  • Lead Archivist
    Providence Art Club — RI, USA
  • Gallery Assistant
    Providence Art Club — RI, USA
  • Custom Framer
    Michaels Stores — Reston, VA, USA
  • Owner + Designer
    Traci Marie Designs — USA
  • Intern + Administrative Professional
    Booz-Allen-Hamilton — Rockville, MD, USA
  • MFA in Photography Thesis Show Curator
    Lesley University — Cambridge, MA, USA
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In her work she is interested in the implications and consequences of the Snapshot and the Constructed Image on memory construction and preservation. The compulsion to excavate and curate leads to finding new methods of holding onto brief, constantly changing realities, as well as confronting her own tendencies an… Read More
In her work she is interested in the implications and consequences of the Snapshot and the Constructed Image on memory construction and preservation. The compulsion to excavate and curate leads to finding new methods of holding onto brief, constantly changing realities, as well as confronting her own tendencies and obsessive drive to collect, as a process of examining loss. Read Less
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