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Our Contributors

Allison Carroll served as Managing Editor for Teachingphoto.com, the original version of the companion website to The New Eyes Project, Teaching Photography. She graduated in 2005 from the Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University with a BFA in photography. She currently works as a fine-art photography studio manager and as a teacher at St. Sebastian’s School. Visit her blog.

A. D. Coleman is the publisher and editor of The New Eyes Project and Teaching Photography. For more information, click here.

Thomas Gearty was founding editor and writer for TeachingPhoto.com, and has been a contributor to American PHOTO On Campus magazine. He has been a major contributor to two textbooks on the medium: Photography, with Henry Horenstein and Russell Hart, and Black and White Photography: A Basic Manual, the third edition of the best-selling classic by Henry Horenstein. Gearty has taught photography at Massachusetts College of Art and the Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University. Visit his website.

David Prifti teaches photography at Concord-Carlisle High School in Concord, Massachusetts. He received his BFA from the Massachusetts College of Art and his MFA from Yale University School of Art. His work has entered the collections of the DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA; the Museum of Modern Ar,t New York, NY; the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, TX; the Boston Public Library Print Department; and the Worcester Historical Museum Worcester,
MA. Visit his website.

Michelle Sheppard is the Photography teacher at Algonquin Regional High School in Northborough, Massachusetts. She has taught in summer programs at the Photographic Resource Center at Boston University and the Danforth Museum, presented at the regional conferences of the Association for Experiential Education, New England Scholastic Press Association, and Society for Photographic Education.

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