[Remember that the technical meeting originally scheduled for Feb 18 has been rescheduled for the 25th]
Our next meeting (March 4) will be devoted entirely to an image sharing session with New England School of Photography faculty member, Erin Carey critiquing. Erin has provided very helpful critiques at two meetings earlier in the past year and we’re delighted that she will be returning. Members may submit two images that will be projected on screen and two printed pictures that will be on display. If you haven’t been submitting images for sharing, I’d encourage you strongly to take advantage of this opportunity. Essential to improvement is getting feedback on what you are doing. We are very lucky to have in Erin, a critiquer who provides that feedback in a very supportive way. I think we all learn from hearing critiques of not only our own work, but those of others as well. So… please remember that the deadline for submitting images is Friday, the 21st. In addition, you may also bring along two prints (unframed, matted if possible) on March 4.
Erin Carey is a photographer, writer and curator based in Boston, Massachusetts. She currently runs the color photography program at the New England School of Photography and is also the Director & Curator of the Garner Center of Photography. She gives portfolio reviews by appointment and is also a reviewer for the Griffin Museum of Photography at the New England Portfolio Reviews.
Carey’s photographic work centers mainly on man’s relationship to the landscape, seeking out transitions and transgressions that are often overlooked by its inhabitants. She works with traditional analog materials and over the last 10 years has been exhibited in Boston and New York. Her work has been featured on lenscratch photo blog, Sampson Projects Boston, Tisch Gallery @ Tufts University and Yankee Magazine.
An alumnus of Sarah Lawrence College, Carey earned a B.A. in art history & photography and was mentored by photographer Joel Sternfeld. She received her M.F.A. in photography from Tufts University & The School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston.