Sharon Lee Hart is an artist, mother, and professor. Her photo-based work reflects on the interconnectivity of the natural world, humans, and non-human animals, along with the impact losing connection has. Hart’s work has been exhibited throughout the US and internationally, most recently in a solo exhibition in Joshua Tree National Park. She earned her MFA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Hart maintains a studio in South Florida, where she is the Head of the Photography program and an Associate Professor of Art at Florida Atlantic University. She is currently exploring a more sustainable photographic practice with special interest in non-toxic and plant-based processes.