A Boston-based artist, curator and writer; Erin Carey completed her B.A. in Art History and Photography from Sarah Lawrence College and her M.F.A. in Studio Arts from Tufts University and The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Before becoming an educator, Erin worked as a Museum Preparator at the Addison Gallery of American Art in Andover, MA. Her photographic works predominantly focus on place, investigating the changing cultural landscape of man, including her most recent project Tree Hunting. She continues to work with medium and large format analog materials and is committed to the craft. She has been exhibited in Boston and New York and also dedicates significant energies to curating. Erin has been the Director of NESOP’s Garner Center for Photographic Exhibitions since 2009. In addition, she is a regular guest reviewer, lecturer, juror and panelist for the likes of The Griffin Museum of Photography, The PRC Boston, and various metro Boston-based photo clubs.
To see Erin's work, go to: www.erin-carey.com
Caleb graduated from Indiana University with a B.A. in Gender Studies and Sociology before graduating from NESOP with concentrations in fine art color photography and creative imaging. He is a 2015 Massachusetts Cultural Council Fellow, 2013 Hearst 8x10 Biennial Winner, 2013 and 2010 Magenta Foundation Flash Forward Winner, 2011 St. Botolph Club Foundation Emerging Artist Grantee, 2009 Artadia Award winner, and a 2009 Photolucida Critical Mass Top 50 Finalist. He regularly exhibits nationally; recent exhibitions include Character Study at the deCordova Museum and Blue Boys at Gallery Kayafas, where he is represented.
To see Caleb’s work, go to www.calebcolephoto.com
Glen earned his B.S. in Business Administration from Boston University and is an admitted “news junkie.” A motivation to communicate people’s stories visually and make a positive impact on society helped fuel Glen’s passion for photography. He earned his M.S. in Journalism from Boston University, before becoming a professor in the university’s College of Communications. Glen has served as photo editor for the Boston Metro and as chief visual journalist at BostonNOW. In 2005, Glen was named an International Award Winning Wedding Photojournalist by the Wedding Photojournalist Association. He remains a devoted freelance photojournalist whose work is regularly published. Glen has appeared in several periodicals and articles including the Boston Herald, Marie Claire, Brides Magazine, The Blueprint: How the New England Patriots Beat the System to Become the NFL’s Last Great Superpower, Le Figaro and the MassEquality book on gay marriage.
To see Glen's work, go to: www.glencooperphoto.com
Ron Cowie is a Rhode Island based still and motion photographer. He is the principal owner of Oyster Farm Productions, a corporate video company and the Bert and None Gallery, an online gallery of fine art photography. Ron has lead workshops in landscape, creative portraiture, and 19th century photography at NESOP for eighteen years. He taught workshops and guest lectured at The George Eastman House in Rochester, NY, The Episcopal School in Alexandria, VA, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
His fine art work is in the permanent collection of the Newport Art Museum, Boston Public Library, and Maumee Valley Country Day School. His work is represented by Jessica Hagen Contemporary Art in Newport, Rhode Island and the Photo Eye Gallery in Santa Fe, NM.
He earned his B.S. in Anthropology from the University of Cincinnati and graduated from NESOP in 1998 with concentrations in editorial and advertising photography. Ron’s editorial client list includes, Yankee Magazine, Rhode Island Monthly, Bryant University, The University of Rhode Island, SO Rhode Island, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. He has a wide variety of commercial and corporate clients.
After completing his photographic studies at NESOP in 1984 with a concentration in advertising photography, Bruno Debas returned to his home in Paris, France, where he began his professional career assisting for and studying with some of the city’s top working fashion, lifestyle and car photographers. Upon his return to the United States, Bruno launched his commercial photography studio and has served many national and international clients in the field of banking, healthcare and education. A passionate photographer and filmmaker, Bruno constantly seeks to learn and broaden the scope of his work both artistically and commercially.
To see Bruno's work, go to:www.brunodebas.com
William Franson has studied and been involved in art since childhood. He studied photography at the Art Institute of Boston, The Center for Photography in Woodstock, New York, the International Center for Photography in Manhattan, and earned a B.A. in Philosophy from Calvin College in Michigan. A self-employed editorial/corporate and fine art photographer, Bill has worked for many of Boston’s medical institutions including: Harvard Medical School, the Department of Ambulatory Care and Prevention, Massachusetts General Hospital, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, and Children’s Hospital. His list of exhibitions is extensive with work shown in numerous galleries, including: the Flash Forward Festival, Boston; the Lamont Gallery at Philips Exeter Academy; Center Art Gallery at Calvin College; the Danforth Museum of Art in Framingham, MA; the Center for Photography at Woodstock in NY; the Ashford Warburg Gallery in NY; and the Firehouse Gallery in Newburyport, MA. Bill’s work has been recognized by the Danforth Museum for excellence in the New England Region and he has earned numerous awards from the Texas Photographic Society National Competition and participated in several statewide traveling exhibitions there. Bill’s work resides in both institutional and private collections and he is currently represented by Rafius-Fane Gallery.
To see William's work, go to: www.billfranson.net
With a B.S. in Psychology and Philosophy from Houghton College, an M.B.A. from Babson College and several years of experience in photography and consulting, Frank’s background spans the two worlds of photography and business. He worked in global finance and managed several companies before entering into the professional photography field. Today, Frank is active in teaching the business aspect of photography to students and working professionals. He is one of the select business instructors for the Professional Photographers of America, mentoring and lecturing on marketing and business plans across the U.S.
To see Frank's work, go to: www.frankherzog.com
Michael Hintlian is a full-time documentary photographer based in Boston. His work has appeared in major U.S. dailies and international periodicals, and has been widely exhibited and collected. Hintlian received his B.F.A. from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and Tufts University and his M.B.A. from Cornell University. His photo-documentary of the Central Artery/Tunnel Project in Boston (the Big Dig) titled Digging: The Workers of Boston’s Big Dig (Commonwealth Editions) was published in 2004. He is currently at work on major projects in the United States and travels extensively. Hintlian has served on the faculties of The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, The New School for Social Research and Parsons School of Design, New York. Currently, he teaches Documentary Photography at New England School of Photography in Boston. A challenging instructor, his students have gone on to win prestigious awards including participation in the Eddie Adams Workshop. Michael is a photographer with a lifelong commitment to the medium.
To see Michael's work, go to: www.hintlian.com
Sue Anne Hodges
Sue Anne has studied art and photography and graduated from NESOP before beginning a career in advertising photography. Since 1992, Sue Anne has been exploring and using digital cameras and digital imaging technology. She studied this technology at the Center for Creative Imaging in Camden, Maine. Digital images from her early experiments have been included in Kodak’s publication, International Photography, and one of the first exhibits of digital imaging—“L’Épreuve Numérique"—at the Centre National de la Photographie, Palais de Tokyo, Paris.
For 15 years, Sue Anne shot and supervised photography for a major retail advertising studio. In 1995, she opened her own studio where she continued to shoot for major retailers and other commercial clients. Clients have included: Lechmere, Bradlees, Staples, KitchenEtc, Glen Group Marketing, and more.
In recent years her work has expanded to include a variety of projects including work for The Cultural Landscape Foundation, Down East Magazine, Bar Harbor Chamber of Commerce, and clients in the travel industry. Sue Anne’s personal work has been widely exhibited; she is currently represented by Redfield Artisans Gallery in Northeast Harbor, Maine.
Sue Anne shares both her technical knowledge and her passion for the creative process with her students. In 1994, she helped open NESOP’s first digital imaging lab and remains a specialist in Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom. In 2011 and 2012 Sue Anne was honored to be one of 20 educators in the country to be invited by Adobe to the Adobe Educators Summit.
To see Sue Anne's work, go to: www.sueannehodges.com
Nick Johnson has been a fine art photographer for over thirty years and has taught at NESOP for over twenty. Represented by the Focus Gallery in Cohasset, Massachusetts, Nick maintains an extensive exhibition record which includes pieces in the permanent collections of the Danforth and Fitchburg Art Museums and Penn State College. His work has appeared in Black & White magazine and has been reviewed by Art New England. Nick is also the co-owner of Gallery Seven in Maynard, MA. In his personal work, Nick enjoys working with the large format camera. In his teaching, Nick emphasizes the Zone System and the creative freedom that comes with a high level of technical skill.
Lance Keimig is a Pembroke, Massachusetts based photographer who is best known for night photography of the built environment. His book, Night Photography- Finding Your Way In The Dark was published by Focal Press in August of 2010, and has been translated into 6 languages. A second edition was published in July of 2015. Keimig is the curator of Darkness, Darkness, a traveling exhibit of Night Photography, which opened at the Three Columns Gallery at Harvard University, where he was curator from 2006-2010. He is a partner in National Parks at Night, an organization dedicated to promoting and preserving our national parks through photographic education.
His photographs are held in numerous collections including The Art Complex Museum In Duxbury, MA, The Boston Athenaeum, The Boston Public Library, The Grace Museum in Abilene, TX, State Street Bank, Fidelity Investments, Paramount Partners, Hitachi, Rayovac, 3 Com.
He has taught at the New England School of Photography in Boston since 2000, the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, The Photographic Resource Center at Boston University, The Houston Center for Photography, Maine Media Workshops, and leads independent workshops across the country, and international photo tours around the world.
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A Massachusetts native and NESOP alumnus, Adam is the owner of Krauth Photo, a commercial photography studio. His client list includes J. Jill, Chamilia (a Swarovski Brand), HomeGoods and Boston Magazine. He also works in digital post production and retouching on national and international campaigns with companies such as Reebok, Titleist, and Otter Box. He was honored to be a featured artist in the 51st annual Communication Arts Photo Annual. Adam is in high demand, but enjoys taking time from shooting to lend his expertise in the NESOP classroom.
To see Adam's work, go to: www.krauthphoto.com
Laura earned her B.A. in Photography and Women’s Studies from Antioch College, before attending NESOP and graduating with honors in portraiture. Laura is the owner of Alternate Angles, a nationally known wedding and portrait business in Newport, RI. Alternate Angles has become a dominating force in the industry, with work and interviews appearing in numerous publications, including Grace Ormonde Wedding Style, Southern New England Weddings, Destination Weddings and Honeymoons, Destination I Do, Photo District News, Wedding Bells, Elegant Wedding, The Knot, Gala Weddings, The Learning Channel‘s A Wedding Story, Newport Life, Rangefinder, Professional Photographer, PDN, Studio Photography and Shutterbug. Winner of countless local and national photographic awards, Laura has become a sought after voice in the wedding industry and is a leader in the market. She is a member of several national wedding and portrait organizations, which keeps her abreast of ongoing change and growth in the industry. She remains true to her passion—documenting the wedding story and sharing her knowledge and expertise with students.
To see Laura's work, go to: www.alternateangles.com
Trevor Reid is a commercial photographer who loves taking pictures of people. Promptly after graduating from Rochester Institute of Technology with a BFA in advertising photography, he established his business in New York City where he worked with the industry’s leading advertising agencies, magazines and professionals. He relocated his studio to Boston’s South End in 2014. Commercially by GOODNOISE, some of Trevor’s clients include HBO, ESPN The Magazine, Arnold Worldwide, Titleist, Reebok, Men’s Health, and Boston Magazine.
Suzanne Révy grew up in Los Angeles, California. After high school she moved to Brooklyn, NY where she earned a BFA in photography from the Pratt Institute. While there, she was immersed in making and printing black and white photographs. After art school, she worked as a photography editor in magazine publishing at U.S.News & World Report and later at Yankee Magazine. With the arrival of two sons, she left publishing, and rekindled her interest in the darkroom. She photographed her boys, their cousins and friends, and built three portfolios of pictures over a fifteen year period. The first, a black and white series, explored the culture and nature of childhood play. The second, made with a lo-fi plastic camera and color film, represents her own emotional response as mother and witness to their growth and development. The third, a series of color pictures made in her home as her teen sons seemed to retreat into their rooms as she studied for her recently earned MFA at the New Hampshire Institute of Art.
Her work has been exhibited at the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA, the Fitchburg Art Museum in Fitchburg, MA, the Danforth Museum of Art in Framingham, MA, the Workspace Gallery in Lincoln, NE, the Camera Club of NY in NewYork City, the New Hampshire Institute of Art in Manchester, NH, and the New England School of Photography in Boston. Her work is represented by the Panopticon Gallery in Boston, MA.
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As one of Boston’s leading editorial photographers for over 20 years, Dana Smith has shot for and worked with many of the top photo editors and art directors in the magazine industry. Widely published both nationally and abroad, his images have appeared in publications such as The New York Times Magazine, Forbes, Fortune, Barron’s, The Wall Street Journal, Sports Illustrated, Time, Stern, Le Monde, Der Spiegel, Fast Company, MIT’s Technology Review, Nature, Harvard Business Review, Boston and Yankee. His client list also includes Boston College, Boston University, Brown University, Dartmouth College, Northeastern University, Greater Media, Inc., and Virgin. He has been showcased in American Photography as well as numerous galleries. In addition to his vast editorial background, he has the daily grind of 10 years of newspaper photojournalism experience behind him.
Dana has been an instructor at the New England School of Photography since 1999. He was affiliated with the legendary Black Star agency in New York for 15 years and is now represented by Aurora/Novus Select.
To see Dana’s work, go to: www.danasmithphotography.com
Chris earned his B.F.A. in Commercial Illustration Photography from Rochester Institute of Technology in 1987. In the years that followed, he worked as a studio manager and assistant for some of the top photographers in NYC. In 1989 he moved to the studio manager position at the Maine Photographic Workshops. From there, he ultimately helped to launch the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops as the studio manager in 1990. In 1993, Chris opened his own commercial studio in Rhode Island, landing major accounts with Swarovski Crystal, Wenger Swiss Army and Rhode Island Monthly Magazine as well as other regional and national publications. Over 20 years later, Chris continues to run his commercial photography studio in Pawtucket, Rhode Island photographing everything from products, food and people to fashion and architecture.
To see Chris’ work, go to: www.chrisvaccarophoto.com
Keitaro holds a B.A. from Seikei University in Tokyo and M.F.A. Photography from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts and Tufts University. Keitaro started his professional photography career as the lead photographer of the Polaroid 40” x 80” room size camera studio at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. As owner of his own commercial studio since 1997, he has worked for clients such as Cisco Systems, Lotus, IBM, Microsoft, Proctor & Gamble and Segway. In addition to being a member of the NESOP faculty, Keitaro also teaches at the Massachusetts College of Art and the Boston Architectural College and is an international award winning photographer.
To see Keitaro's work, go to: www.yoshiokafoto.com