Sheila Springsteen is a former staff newspaper photographer, now Freelance Photojournalist and Adjunct professor teaching Photojournalism and Photo Essay @ CCS. Her work was recently featured in the Detroit Free Press & The Detroit News television campaign This Time airing prime time across major networks and movie theaters in Metro-Detroit.
In 2002 she was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize and has been named the winner of the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award for Domestic Photography for her work on a three-year-long photographic essay. In addition her work has been recognized with awards from the National Press Photographers Association, The New Jersey Press Association and Gannett.
Sheila's work has also been published in the NY Times, The Washington Post, The United States Department of States website, Sports Illustrated, AP, The Detroit News, as well as commercial, promotional, and documentary photography for private clients.
Sheila earned her Masters in Art Education with a specialization in Art Therapy from Wayne State University, and her Bachelors of Fine Art at the Savannah College of Art and Design.