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photojournalist photography educator

Julia A. Dean, American photojournalist photography educator. Recipient Hitchcock Graduate fellowship University Nebraska, Lincoln, 1991-1992, J.C. Seacrest Journalism scholarship, 1983-1984, 84-85, Nebraska Press Women scholarship Nebraska Press Association, 1983-1984, 84-85. Democrat.


Dean, Julia A. was born on November 12, 1954 in Broken Bow, Nebraska, United States. Daughter of Henry J. Dean and Patricia (Walter) Schrader.


Bachelor of Science, Rochester Institute of Technology, 1978. Master of Arts, University Nebraska, 1992.


Photo instructor, Metro Community College, Omaha, Nebraska, 1985-1987;photo instructor, Maine Photo Workshops, Rockport, 1988-1990;photojournalism instructor, U. Nebraska, Lincoln, 1982-1985, 87-88;photojournalism instructor, U. Nebraska, Lincoln, 1991-1992;photojournalism instructor, Los Angeles Southwest College, 1996-1997, 97-;photojournalism instructor, Santa Monica (California) College, since 1997;director, Julia Dean & Associations, Venice, California, since 1993. Private instructor independent photo workshops, Venice, since 1994. Apprentice to masterphotographer Berenice Abbott, Maine, 1978-1979.

Special photographic projects include 1995 Jimmy Carter Work Project, Los Angeles, Housing and Urban Development Housing, Nebraska, 1994.


  • Other Work

    • Author/photographer: (children's book) A Year on Monhegan Island, 1995 (Lupine award Maine Library. Association 1996). Contributing photographer/writer: National Geographic Society, since 1982, Atlantic Monthly, Fortune, Christian Science Monitor, others.

      Director: Child Labor and the Global Village: Photography for Social Change (photo project).




Henry J. Dean Schrader

Patricia (Walter) Schrader