MICHAEL DILLOW (b.1988) is a lens-based artist born in Philadelphia, PA. He earned a BA in Film and Media Arts from Temple University (2010) and an MFA in Studio Art from Florida Atlantic University. (2019) Dillow’s work examines the concept of place, questioning how identities are formed, modified, and attributed to specific locales. Most notably, His work has been shown at the Center for Fine Art Photography, the Sweetwater Center for the Arts, the 2019 PhotoAlicante Festival, and has been featured on FotoRoom, C41 Magazine, Fisheye Magazine, and In the In-Between. Most recently, Dillow participated in the Beyond Addiction Reframing Recovery exhibition held at RIT’s City Art Space, curated by Graham MacIndoe and Susan Stellin. Currently, Dillow maintains a studio practice in Lake Worth Beach, FL, where he works as an instructor in Florida Atlantic University’s Photography Department.