Amber Dietz is an artist and educator based in Detroit and is the founder of Detroit Tintype. She explores the photographic medium using historical and alternative photographic processes. Her camera of choice is an 8X10 Century Universal Folmer Graflex.
She has worked in art education since 2010 teaching courses in art, photography and education. She's held adjunct faculty positions at Washtenaw Community College, Wayne State University, Oakland University and the School of Visual Arts, where she also served as Curriculum Coordinator for the BFA Photography and Video Department.
Amber holds a BA in Studio Art, Photography, and Art Education and an M.Ed. in International Baccalaureate from Oakland University. Her work has been exhibited in group shows throughout the United States.