Theresa Escobedo is a multimedia artist currently living and working in Houston, Texas. She studied at the University of Houston and received a Bachelor Degree of Architecture in addition to a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design. She has also spent time as a student at the MFAH's Glassell School of Art, continuing her studies in photography and digital media.
Theresa’s most recent work makes use of both analog and digital instant photography to explore the complex nature of chronological time as it relates to people, to place, and to space.
In 2012 her work was featured during the 2012 FotoFest Biennial by The Lens Capsule in a mobile solo exhibition out of a commercial rental truck as well as the in 30th Annual Juried Membership Exhibition at HCP, which was juried by Anne Wilkes Tucker, the MFAH Gus and Lyndall Wortham Curator of Photography.
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