Leonora Loeb became a full-time lecturer with LIM's Visual Studies Department in August of 2018. Her courses include Color and Design, Visual Communication, Creative Photography and Experimental Media, and Social Media, The Art’s and the Curator’s View, and Making Images and the Written Word. She also developed and teaches the online Intro to Visual Merchandising course for the online AAS degree.
Professor Loeb holds a MFA in Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts and a BA in Art from Pitzer College. Her studio and curatorial work focuses on video, digital photography and sculpture, and has been exhibited in the U.S. and abroad. She has received support from galleries and institutions such as The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) and Mabou Mines in New York City, and La Llotja in Barcelona, Spain.
Professor Loeb has 20 years of experience in various creative industries. In addition to serving as a Visual Merchandiser and in-studio Photo Stylist at ABC Carpet and Home, she has collaborated photo shoots and window display projects for Chanel, Hermes and Bergdorf Goodman. She has also worked on retail and residential wall finishes for interior architects and designers such as Peter Marino, Victoria Hagan and Bunny Williams.