An artist working in historic photographic processes, hand papermaking, and book arts, Heather F. Wetzel is currently a Lecturer in the Art Department, and Book Arts Specialist at Logan Elm Press at The Ohio State University where she was the 2011-2012 Post MFA Fergus Family Fellow in Photography. She earned her Master of Arts & Humanities from Arcadia University in Glenside, Pennsylvania, and her Master of Fine Arts in Visual Studies from the Visual Studies Workshop in Rochester, New York. Prior to coming to The Ohio State University, she completed the University of Iowa Center for the Book Graduate Certificate in Book Arts Technologies in 2011. She is a 2012 Photolucida Critical Mass Finalist, as well as a semifinalist and The Print Center's Honorary Council Award of Excellence winner in The Print Center's 87th International Competition. Her work has been widely exhibited, and can be found at the Anzenberger Gallery in Vienna Austria, as well as in multiple collections.

Contact me at hfwetzel@gmail.com

The beginning of my journey in wet-plate collodion and historic photographic processes, taken during my tenure as a studio assistant in the Osterman's Skylight Studio, Rochester NY, 2003.

The beginning of my journey in wet-plate collodion and historic photographic processes, taken during my tenure as a studio assistant in the Osterman's Skylight Studio, Rochester NY, 2003.