John Bunzick

Fine Art Photographer, Somerville, MA
John has been a photographer since the age of 7. Retired from a career writing construction specifications for architecture firms, he is able to spend much more time on his own photography. In the last few years John has started to build a photography collection, focusing on photographers active in the 1960s through 1980s. He may also be found in his local café reading the New Yorker.


Jen Barrows

Jen is an interdisciplinary artist interested in the construction of the American identity both in how it is represented and how it is lived in. She examines contemporary America through the lens of popular culture, history, religion and tourism using rites, rituals, and experiences where meaning is emphasized and considered by way of sound, celebration, prayer and record. Jen has an MFA from The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and Tufts University.

Jen teaches photography at Lesley University College of Art and Design and video at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. She divides her time between Boston and her home state of Maine.

James Mahoney

James has decades of experience in positioning, marketing communications, advertising and promotion for Fortune 50 corporations, niche companies and nonprofits. His Razor’s Edge Communications, established in 1992, provides concept, creative direction and writing for online/interactive media, print, video and associated marketing materials.



Suzanne Révy

Suzanne is a fine art photographer with a BFA from the Pratt Institute. She worked as a photography editor at U.S.News & World Report and acting picture editor at Yankee magazine in the 1990s. With the arrival of two sons she left publishing, and turned her photographic attention to her growing children, their cousins and friends and built a three-part personal portfolio exploring their growth from toddlerhood to their teens. Révy recently completed her MFA in photography at the New Hampshire Institute of Art and is currently on the faculty at the New England School of Photography.

Eric Nichols

Eric is an artist, cinematographer and photographer based out of Worcester Massachusetts. He holds his MFA in studio arts from Maine College of Art and is the photo lab manager and faculty member at Worcester State University. He is currently pursuing a career as a fine art photographer and has shown nationally including the Fitchburg Art Museum, the Griffin Museum of Photography, The Hallmark Museum of Contemporary Photography and the Institute of Contemporary Art in Portland Maine.


David Weinberg

Board member since 2015
Fine Art Photographer, Allston, MA

David graduated from the Center for Digital Imaging Arts in 2006, and has been practicing a mix of editorial and fine art photography on a full-time basis ever since. In a prior career, David was on the staff of Brigham and Women’s Hospital as a pathologist and member of the faculty of Harvard Medical School for almost 30 years.