Dominic Lippillo's work questions the role of photography by making digitally constructed images that address notions of space versus place, memory, and experience. Selections of his collaborative work are included in the permanent collections of The Museum of Photographic Art; The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa; and the University of North Dakota. His work has been featured in Don't Take Pictures, Mono Chroma, Exposure, Daily Serving, and The Eye of Photography. He is a recipient of a South Arts Fellowship (2018), a Mississippi Arts Commission Visual Artist Fellowship (2016), and the Mississippi State University Faculty Research Award for the College of Architecture, Art and Design (2013). He earned his MFA in Photography from Ohio University (2009) and a BFA in Photography from Youngstown State University (2005). Lippillo is an Associate Professor of Photography at Mississippi State University.