Marie-Susanne Langille

Marie-Susanne Langille, M.A., University of Missouri

Adjunct Assistant Professor

M.A., University of Missouri, B.A. University of Toronto

Marie-Susanne Langille is an award-winning photographer and picture editor. She teaches a May Term photographic portraiture class at Illinois Wesleyan.

Marie-Susanne graduated from The University of Missouri with a Master's degree in photojournalism in 1995. She has worked for newspapers in Utah, Iowa and Indiana as well as for the Associated Press in New York. She has photographed people from President Clinton to former Chicago Bulls coach Phil Jackson, and her pictures have appeared in news publications around the country from The New York Times to USA Today.

Marie-Susanne has studied with National Geographic photographer Sam Abell and fine art photographers Joyce Tenneson and Sean Kernan. In 1999, she was named Indiana Newspaper Photographer of the Year and in 2001, one her portraits was selected by MSNBC as one of the top ten images of the year.

Marie-Susanne's special academic interests include literature and photography and the history of photography.

For more information, visit her personal website: www.mariesusanne.com