Artist/photographer, Martha Madigan has served as Professor and Chair of the Photography Department at Tyler School of Art/Temple University since 1979. From 2004 to 2006, Madigan lived, taught and worked as an artist in Rome, photographing the country’s indigenous plants and flowers, monuments and people. Her solar photograms, conceptual art, public art works and “Botanical Portraits” reflect a wide use of media throughout photography’s history, from the earliest cyanotype process to the latest techniques in digital color photography.Martha Madigan is best known for her art work that relates and unites the human being to the rest of the natural world. Madigan's work is exhibited internationally, and is collected by museums such as The Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Art Institute of Chicago as well as private collectors. Martha Madigan is represented by Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, New York, and Jeffrey Fuller Fine Art, Philadelphia.