Rand, Glenn (Martin) 1944-
RAND, Glenn (Martin) 1944-
Born February 10, 1944, in Cincinnati, OH; son of David (in advertising) and Mary (in advertising) Rand; married, 1968; wife's name, Sally; children: Michael, Nathaniel. Ethnicity: "Caucasian." Education: Purdue University, B.A., 1966, M.A., 1968; Edgecliff College, high school teaching certificate, 1975; University of Cincinnati, D.Ed., 1978.
Home and office—670 Hagadorn Rd., Mason, MI 48854. E-mail—[email protected].
Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, instructor in engineering graphics, 1966-72; Mountain Empire Community College, Big Stone Gap, VA, assistant professor of design, ceramics, and jewelry, and director of crafts, 1972-73; teacher and facilities planner for public schools in Cincinnati, OH, 1974-75; Colorado Mountain College, associate professor of art, 1975-80, acting director of general studies, 1975; Lansing Community College, Lansing, MI, teacher of photography and remote sensing and program director, 1980-2000; Central Missouri State University, Warrensburg, MO, teacher of photography and chair, Department of Graphics, 2000-01; Brooks Institute of Photography, visiting teacher of photographic theory and fine art, 2001—. University of Michigan, visiting scholar, 1991-92; Finnish Ministry of Education, distinguished visiting professor, 1996; Art Academy of Cincinnati, adjunct instructor, 2001-02; also taught at Colorado State University, Western State University, University of Colorado, Chatfield College, and Camera Works. Affiliated with Progressive Design Associates, 1968-80, Rand-Ries Advertising, 1975-78, the Darkroom (retail stores), 1971-91, Ford Motor Co., 1985-89, CPI/Fotofinish, 1987-90, and Finnish Ministry of Education, 1994-99; Rand/Turnage/Anderson, consultant in imaging technology, 1986—; consultant to Eastman Kodak Co. Photographer, with work exhibited in solo and group shows in the United States and Finland, and represented in collections at Cincinnati Art Museum, Detroit Institute of Art, Houston Museum of Art, High Museum of Art, Finnish Museum of Photography, and elsewhere.
Photo Marketing Association International.
(With David Litschel) Black and White Photography, West Educational Publishing (St. Paul, MN), 1994, 2nd edition, Delmar Learning (Clifton Park, NY), 2001.
Creator of audio-visual and multi-media productions. Contributor of about eighty articles to periodicals, including Digital Imager, Rangefinder, Photo Marketing, Ceramics Monthly, and Photo Educator.
WORK IN PROGRESS:
A book on zone-system photography.