Fine Art Photographer, Somerville, MA
John Bunzick has been a photographer since the age of 7. Retired from a career writing construction specifications for architecture firms, John 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.
Vice President of Administrative Services, Boston University, Boston, MA
Board Member since 2013
Fine Art and Freelance Photographer, Cambridge, MA
Susan Lapides began her career as an editorial photographer working for national magazines including Time, Smithsonian, Conde Nast Traveler. She photographed President Obama when he was the Editor of the Harvard Law Review. Susan was awarded prizes from ASMP, Studio Magazine, and Woman in Photography.
Board Member since 2009 Board Secretary since 2015 (Previously Board President 2010-2013) Business Consultant, Cambridge, MA
Previously he held a variety of Product, Program and Business Operations Manager positions at various IT corporations including Digital Equipment Corporation and Hewlett-Packard Corporation.
Board Member since 2014
Volunteer since 1993
Artist and Educator, Cambridge, MA
Bruce Myren is an artist and photographer based in Cambridge, MA. He holds a BFA in photography from Massachusetts College of Art and Design and earned his MFA in studio art from the University of Connecticut, Storrs in 2009.
Shown nationally and published internationally, Myren's work has been featured in Fraction Magazine, afterimage, and View Camera Magazine as well as group exhibitions at the Phoenix Art Museum, RISD Museum's Chace Center, Houston Center of Photography, and the William Benton Museum of Art, among others. His numerous solo exhibitions include showings at the University of the Arts, Danforth Museum of Art, and Gallery Kayafas in Boston, where he is represented.
In 2012, he launched a successful Kickstarter fundraiser to complete his project “The Fortieth Parallel” and it has since been highlighted in the Huffington Post, Petapixel, Slate, Slate France, and the Discovery Channel online. Myren has presented on panels at the national conferences of the College Art Association and the Society for Photographic Education, spoken at colleges across the country as a visiting artist, and served as a juror for exhibitions at the Griffin Museum of Photography and Magenta Foundation's Flash Forward Festival. He is a recipient of a 2014 Cambridge Arts Council Grant.
Currently, Myren works at the Boston Public Library in their Digital Lab and teaches at Lesley University College of Art & Design and Northeastern University. Recently, he was a Visiting Lecturer of Art at Amherst College and a Critic at the Rhode Island School of Design. He is the Chair of the Northeast Region of the Society for Photographic Education and on the board of directors of the Photographic Resource Center.
In his work, Myren investigates issues of place and space, often via the exploration and employment of locative systems, either literal or metaphoric. Myren's recent series include an investigation of the Fortieth Parallel of latitude; a piece that documents the view from every place he has lived to where he lives now; and a study of the poet Robert Francis’s one-person house in the woods of Amherst, MA.
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.