Category Archives: My Mentors

A category dedicated to three people that have influenced me tremendously. Three of my professors at New York City Tech that taught me a whole lot about photography and awoken something in me I never knew existed.

Ken Pelka

Born in the Bronx in 1949 and grew up on Long Island, N.Y. Ken Pelka has a B.S. degree in math and philosophy from C.W. Post. He studied photography at the Visual Studies Workshop in 1975 and obtained an MFA … Continue reading

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Robin Michals

Robin Michals born in Belleville, Illinois. She moved to New York in 1965 as a small child when her mother got a job in the big city. In 1981 Professor Michals graduated summa cum laude from Barnard College with a … Continue reading

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Kevin Noble

Kevin Noble was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. He became interested in photography while studying English at Brooklyn College and then transferred to Buffalo State College in order to study with Les Krims. While at Buffalo State he became … Continue reading

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