Angilee Wilkerson holds an M.F.A. in Photography and a Minor in Intermedia. She is an artist, educator, professional editorial photographer and serves as Creative Director at the University of North Texas.
Her work frequently examines memory, identity, and the nature of alteration through landscape. In particular she is interested in the native grasslands, thickets, flood plains and waterways found in and near the Blackland Prairie and Cross Timbers of northern Texas and southern Oklahoma.
Wilkerson’s work has been honored by jurors from The New Museum of Contemporary Art, NY; The Guggenheim Museum, NY; The George Eastman Museum of Photography and Film, NY; and others. In addition, her photographs have been exhibited nationally and internationally and featured in many publications, including The Photo Review; Photo District News, Photographer’s Forum; and The Wall Street Journal.
Angilee recently earned her certification as a Texas Master Naturalist and is passionate about Texas prairie restoration; she donates her time to education, outreach, and service dedicated to the beneficial management of natural resources and natural areas within the North Texas area.