Vaughn Wascovich is a fine art photographer and photographic educator. He has more than twenty years experience as a commercial photographer and broadcast producer, and has worked with a number of Fortune 500 companies as well as many major advertising agencies. He received his MFA from Columbia College Chicago, where he taught for a number of years, and is currently teaching at Texas A&M University where he is an Associate Professor. From 2004-2010 Professor Wascovich held the appointment of Visiting Scholar with the Harvard School of Public Health.
Professor Wascovich has participated in more than one hundred exhibitions, including the inaugural exhibition at Transformer Station in 2013, and has won multiple awards for his fine art photography. In 2009, he won the prestigious Imagemaker Award from the Society of Photographic Educators. In 2013 he was awarded the H.M. Lafferty Award for Scholarship and Creative Activity, and in 2010 he was awarded the Provost Award for Research and Creative Activity at Texas A&M University. His research interests include man’s relationship to the environment, compromised landscapes, environmental issues and the politics of indigenous peoples.