Randal Stegemeyer’s primary work at the University of Michigan has been to document the collections of the University Library. These holdings extend well beyond bound, printed books to a largely unseen world of art objects, artifacts, and relics, as well as the Library’s world-class collection of papyri. Randal’s photographs bring out surface and texture to highlight the nature of these objects as tactile artifacts. Beyond the Library, Randal’s images for the University of Michigan Museum of Art reveal the drama and excitement of art across a range of cultures and periods. His creative documentation of buildings on the university’s main campus presents new aspects of our historic and modern structures.