Holly Smith Pedlosky
Master of Fine Arts, School of the Art Institute of Chicago; M.A. Urban Planning, University of Colorado; A.B., Radcliffe College, Magna Cum Laude, Fine Arts; teacher: International Center of Photography, New York City; artist-photographer: exhibited at Print Room of the Fogg Museum at Harvard and at the Hilles Library at Radcliffe, at the Fine Arts Gallery in Worcester, and extensively in Boston, Chicago, & Italy; 1994-95: Gladys Kriebel Delmas Foundation Fellow in Venice, Italy. Work-in-progress on women and photography. At work on a book on the themes of sexual selection and sibylline imagery in the photography of Julia Margaret Cameron. Instructor in the Radcliffe Seminars, Harvard Universty, since 1995. Holly photographs laundry in Venice, Italy, and the women whose art it is to hang it.

Karen Davis
MA University of Chicago, is a Cambridge photographer, book artist, and teacher. Her solo exhibits include, among others, the Dean’s Gallery at MIT, the Carpenter Center, Harvard University, Gallery 57, Cambridge and Creiger-Dane Gallery, Boston. Her work is featured in the Houghton Rare Books Library, Harvard University, the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) and other collections. She has taught at Radcliffe Seminars, now Lesley Seminars, since 2000. Davis, with Miriam Goodman, also co-teaches "Making Art In Two Languages: Word and Image" at Lesley Seminars. She is the designer/producer of the Photography Atelier website.