Meghan Duda creates atmospheric recordings of space and time with a collection of handmade pinhole cameras. After earning a bachelor degree in Architecture from Virginia Tech in 2005, Duda moved to Fargo, ND in 2007 where she began teaching Architectural Photography at North Dakota State University [NDSU]. Struck by the northern plains, her photographic focus shifted toward experimental landscape photography. While pursuing an MFA at the University of North Dakota she built the Trailer Obscura - a 5’ x 8’ pinhole camera on wheels that she uses to make large atmospheric recordings of the prairie. As an Assistant Professor of Photography at NDSU, Duda continues to construct cameras as a way to explore vantage point, perspective, and light.