Teresa Meier is a multimedia artist based in Oregon. She holds an MFA in photography, enjoys teaching and is fascinated with telling stories through elaborately constructed digital photo-montages. She founded Light Box Laboratories, a photography based art-therapy program dedicated to serving underprivileged and at-risk teens. She firmly believes that photography changes lives. It changed hers. She loves a good adventure, has an unusually small tabby cat named Towels and an unusually large black cat named Richard Parker, her left eye is lazy, and stove top diagrams confound her. Justin Lowry opened her heart. And she found her way home.
She was recently awarded the Ringholz Art Supply Award, second place at the Szeklerland Photo Biennial, and Director's Honorable Mention at the Center for Fine Art Photography. Her work has been exhibited internationally and recently appeared in Communication Arts.