Charlotte Dixon is a photographer and writer. Charlotte received an MFA from the Yale University School of Art and a Doctorate from the Harvard University Graduate School of Education. She received the Larson Fellowship for Doctoral Studies at Harvard for her research on the sociocultural psychology of artistic creativity and was awarded the John Ferguson Weir Memorial Prize for her MFA thesis exhibition at Yale University. Her photographs have been exhibited internationally. Recent writing explored the relationship between ethics and creativity in documentary photography and was published in the Palgrave Macmillan compendium, The Ethics of Creativity. Charlotte’s work experience covers diverse areas in the field of arts, from being a photographer for The Philadelphia Inquirer, an Assistant Curator of Photographs at the New York Public Library, Chair of the Board of the Center for Maine Contemporary Art and numerous teaching engagements. Charlotte is a member of the MFA faculty at Maine Media College.