Dylan Vitone


Former Fellows

Dylan Vitone is an Associate Professor with the School of Design where he teaches Digital Photographic Imaging, Introduction to Photographic Design, special projects courses in Communication Design, and interdisciplinary courses within Carnegie Mellon’s College of Fine Arts on topics in photography.

He holds a BA from St. Edward’s University and an MFA from Massachusetts College of Art. His photographs have been exhibited widely and collected by museums including: The Museum of Contemporary Photography (MoCP), The Smithsonian Institution National Museum of American History, George Eastman House, Portland Art Museum, Nelson-Atkins Museum, Brooks Museum of Art, Harry Ransom Center, Polaroid Collection, Carnegie Museum of Art, the Haggerty Museum of Art, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. His photographic projects are based around geographical location where he uses those locations to speak about greater social and cultural phenomenon.