Stephanie Thulin is associate professor and assistant chair of Kinetic Imaging. Thulin was previously an associate professor and coordinator of photography/computer imagery at Shepherd University. Through the use of found imagery, photography, digital collage, video, sound, installation, and interactivity, her art practice is centered on the conflict between present reality and past memory, the importance of place, and the relationship between image, sound, and experience. Her work has been featured in solo exhibitions and numerous group exhibitions around the world. Thulin earned her MFA in photography and digital imaging and her MA in digital arts from the Maryland Institute College of Art. She earned her BA in digital arts from Stetson University.