About the Artist
Brittany Severance is a visual media artist and educator based out of Worcester, Massachusetts. Her work explores themes of identity, perception, memory, and relationships, creating projects that often reflect on domestic and daily life.
Severance’s photography, videos, and installations have shown in film festivals, museums, and galleries such as the Women's International Film and Arts Festival, Film & Her: A Female Filmmaker's Showcase, the Shawna Shea Film Festival, the Vastlab Experimental Film Festival, the Fitchburg Art Museum, the New Britain Museum of American Art, the Griffin Photography Museum, ArtsWorcester, and the Vermont Center of Photography among others.
For her undergraduate degree, she attended the University of Massachusetts Amherst, earning a bachelor’s degree in English and certification in Film Studies. Her graduate work was completed at Emerson College, which includes both a Master of Arts in Media Arts as well as a Master of Fine Arts in Film and Media Arts.
Over the past decade, Severance has taught various photography and video production courses along with film studies at the College of the Holy Cross, Clark University, and Worcester State University.