Brennan Probst

Brennan lives in Evanston with his wife and two cats. He explores time, memory, and the artist's ability to convey experience through autobiographical photographs and drawings. He can usually be found working in his basement darkroom or drawing in his sketchbook.


  • Monmouth College, B.A.
  • University of New Orleans, M.F.A.


Photography, drawing, collage


Other interests and inspirations:

His other interests include reading novels, taking care of his cats, and biking.

Brennan's teaching style:

His mission as an instructor is to teach the potential of the photographic medium and show students how to express themselves through photographs. He shows students how to control the camera functions to create unique, personal, and meaningful work. Photography is a way to interpret the world, and photographs are to be made, not taken.

Brennan loves EAC because . . .

It affords the community a way to learn a multitude of artistic practices from experienced instructors, free from the constraints and costs of typical education institutions.

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