Loyola University Chicago

School of Communication

Adjunct Faculty Directory

Luke Strosnider

Title/s: Adjunct Faculty

Specialty Area: Digital Media & Design, Visual Storytelling, Photography, Image Theory


CV Link: Luke Strosnider

External Webpage: http://www.lukestrosnider.com/


Luke Strosnider has been teaching courses in digital media & design in the School of Communication since 2011. Strosnider has worked with a variety of clients to create and launch successful personal and business websites, and has also served as the Website Editor for Afterimage: The Journal of Media Arts and Cultural Criticism. His photographic work focuses on the many possibilities of visual narratives and storytelling, and works with images and their full range of capabilities as measures of time, keepers of memory, and conveyors of information.

Strosnider's writing about images and media has appeared in Photography and Culture (U.K.), The Journal of Artists Books, Afterimage: The Journal of Media Arts and Cultural Criticism, and CITY (Rochester, New York's alternative weekly). His photographic work can be found in the collections of the George Eastman House Library, the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division, University of the Arts, and the Pratt Institute among others. His book I Wish You Where Here, exploring the experience of living in Europe within the space between a resident and a tourist, was recently published by Anchorless Press, Toronto.


M.F.A, Visual Studies (Photography, Film & Video, Visual Books), Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, NY 2007

B.A., History & American Studies, George Washington University, Washington, DC 1999

Program Areas

Film and Digital Media Studies

Professional & Community Affiliations

Society for Photographic Education

Courses Taught

Web Design and Usability, Digital Design, Introduction to Communication, Introduction to Cinema, Media Theory

Selected Publications

I Wish You Where Here (2103) Anchorless Press, Toronto, Canada

Every Chair at the Visual Studies Workshop (2008), 20x200 Editions, New York City

Ansel Adams | New Landscapes (2006), Visual Studies Workshop Press, Rochester, New York