Dan Lobdell is a landscape and architectural photographer residing in central Pennsylvania. For most of his career he has concentrated on urban environments in the country's industrial heartland, documenting the ways in which natural and economic forces form complex local landscapes. He believes that the history of a place is embedded in the land, and that, through photography, the visual traces of this history can be brought to the surface and made coherent.
MFA, Photography, Tyler School of Art, Temple University’s
MA, Studio Art, Western Carolina University
B. Music, Composition, University of Massachusetts at Amherst