Each year, an outstanding group of guest documentary photographers, photojournalists, commercial photographers, photo editors, and others involved in the field, visit the Williston campus to show examples of their work and offer insight and opportunity for discussion as part of the school’s Photographers’ Lecture Series.
Paul Rutherford, a former Williston faculty member, is a freelance photographer based in Boston. He focuses on sports photography, both action and portrait; landscapes; and editorial work.
Award-winning wildlife photographer, writer, and conservationist Melissa Groo’s work appears in Smithsonian, Audubon, and Outdoor Photographer.
Maker of odd, off-kilter images from which one can’t look away, Cig Harvey’s photos appear in galleries around the country. She’s published two books of photography.
Los Angeles-based Genevieve Gaignard’s work focuses on photographic self-portraiture, sculpture, and installation to explore race, femininity, class, and their various intersections.