Photographer Susan Falzone, the next speaker in the Photographers’ Lecture Series, will visit The Williston Northampton School on Thursday, April 12.
Falzone will teach the Advanced Photography class and give a lecture, which is open to the public, at 6:30 p.m. in the Dodge Room of the Reed Campus Center.
A documentary and portrait photographer, Falzone is dedicated to making a positive difference with today’s social issues. Falzone graduated in 2009 from the Photojournalism and Documentary Photography program at the International Center of Photography in New York City, where she received a Director’s Fellowship. She has been exhibited in various group shows in New York City, as well as the international Pingyao Photo Festival in China.
Falzone’s work was also featured in NPR’s 100 Words: The Picture Show; Best of Photography 2011, Photographer’s Forum; The Great All Embracing Beds Book, by FOAM Magazine; New York Photo Festival Blog 2011; and Visura Magazine Blog. Her recent accomplishments include an Honorable Mention for the Jacob Riis Award; Second Place in the International Photography Awards in People (Family); and Honorable Mention in Feature and Editorial stories. Yale University and Sacred Heart University have hosted Falzone as a guest lecturer.
Falzone currently lives and works in Connecticut.