Media Arts Faculty

Sean Clute

Sean CluteAssistant Professor of Digital Art and Media Arts Research Studio Director Sean Clute is an inventor of video, sound, installation and performance, embracing the hybridization of media and interactivity and collaborting with choreographers, performers, scientists, writers and artists.

Professor Clute’s work spans many disciplines including collaborations with intermedia performance group DOUBLE VISION, of which he has been co-artistic director since 2003. He has presented work internationally at venues such as The Kitchen, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, The Museum of Natural History, REDCAT Theater, Umspannwerk Kreuzberg (Germany), Shabla Solar Eclipse Festival (Bulgaria), and the Autonomous Mutant Festival.

John Miller

John MillerProfessor of Photography and Digital Imaging, John Miller is an accomplished photographer whose work documenting rural Vermont culture has been published in two books, Deer Camp: Last Light in the Northeast Kingdom and Granite and Cedar: The Land and People of the Northeast Kingdom, as well as in numerous journals and and anthologies. He has exhibited his photographs extensively and has been the recipient of a number of awards, commisions and grants. Recently, Professor Miller has been experimenting with digital photography and media in Italy and Vermont and was a visiting artist at the American Academy in Rome.

Bethany Bond

Bethany BondInstructor Bethany Bond is a photographic artist living in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. She earned a BA in Studio Art & Anthropology from the University of Vermont in 2002, and an MFA in Photography at the Savannah College of Art & Design in 2005. At Johnson State College she teaches digital media, photography, and web design, and in a new endeavor, she and her husband formed Blooming Field Farm—an organic vegetable farm and community supported agriculture program. Bethany is currently working on creating a place where art, media, and farming meet, focusing on nourishment and the intimate connection she has with the land she exists on.