Diana Greene is a multimedia artist based in North Carolina, USA. Her photographs and films straddle the world of fine art and documentary. She believes the camera is a way to connect vividly within communities and to the inner landscape within. Her award-winning photographs have been exhibited widely, most recently in Barcelona, Berlin, and at The Center for Fine Art Photography in Ft. Collins, Colorado. For 20 years, she’s worked as an artist in residence, teaching hundreds of local public school students the power of imagination to create meaning in a complex world using words, photographs and video. She has an MFA in Fiction from Arizona State University and earned a certificate from Duke University’s Center for Documentary Studies.
Diana’s curriculum for teaching writing, photography, and filmmaking to young people is used in classrooms locally and globally. In 2017 and 2018, Diana was a Pulitzer Center grantee and, in collaboration with high school journalism students, produced the documentary films Weaving Connections and Placing Identity.