Mr. Kyle Agee
Adjunct Instructor of Visual Arts
B.S., John Brown University
Mr. Kyle Agee is the resident jack-of-all-trades. Agee began teaching at JBU in the Fall 2011. While his main medium is photography, Agee has worked as a graphic designer, photojournalist, television editor, and offset printer to name a few.
Agee’s work has centered on exploring and documenting architectural decay. This exploration has encompassed traditional black and white photography, wet plate collodion, digital photography, and alternative process printing techniques. His latest project, DrFrankenfilm.com, is a free photographic educational resource that aims to provide comprehensive instruction for anyone wishing to explore traditional analogue photographic mediums.
Agee’s commercial clients have included the United States Air Force, the United States Navy Blue Angel Squadron, the United States Marine Corps, the Arkansas State Police, and the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, and the Outdoor Channel, among others.
The Agee’s (Kyle and Christy) have two dogs, Gracie a Golden Chow and Butters a Chiweenie. Agee enjoys spending his free time building guitar amplifiers and effect pedals, working in his woodshop, and driving his wife crazy.