Gloria Marco Munuera
I believe that photographic creation is a process that transcends the moment of shooting. My teaching methods aim to provide a solid foundation for classical photographic techniques through practice, before moving on to any digital application. My teaching philosophy emphasizes the importance of conceptual thinking in developing students’ photographic sensitivity towards a new creative expression. –Gloria Marco Munuera
Born in Spain in 1978, she is a renowned art photographer. In addition to using digital applications, Gloria Marco Munuera is a true master of alternative photographic techniques. She has a Doctorate in Fine Arts-Photography from RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia, an MFA from the Polytechnic University of Valencia, in Spain, and a Masters in photography from the Libera Accademia di Belle Arti of Florence.
Today, she exhibits her work in various museums and galleries in Austria, Australia, Argentina, Italy, Russia, Japan, Spain and the United States and has won numerous awards and recognitions, including first prize in the XIV National Photography Competition in Burgos, honourable mention at the International Culture Competition 2008 in Madrid, third prize in the Fine Arts section of the Moscow International Photo Awards 2014 and first prize in the portrait category of the Quijotes 2017 competition in Toledo, among many others.
She currently alternates her artistic career with teaching photography at various universities in Florence.