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Ron Rosenstock studied his art in workshops with Minor White and Paul Caponigro from 1967 to 1970, and went on to teach photography at Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts from 1970 to 2000. Ron's photographs are in the collections of the Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, International Center of Photography in New York City and numerous private collections. He’s been honoured with over 100 exhibits in the United States and Europe including the Worcester Art Museum in Worcester, Massachusetts and the National Museum of Iceland in Reykjavik, Iceland. Ron has published six books of his photographs.

Currently Ron is a frequent lecturer to social, community and professional groups as well as an international photo tour leader in Ireland, Iceland, Scotland, Greenland, Morocco, Italy, Cuba, Greece, New Zealand, and Vinalhaven, Maine. You can see samples of his work at: www.ronrosenstock.com

Ron’s photo tours are listed on: www.phototc.com

Gabriel Rosenstock, born c. 1949 in postcolonial Ireland, is a poet, haikuist, tankaist, and novelist with over 180 books published. Recent titles include the comic detective novel My Head is Missing (Evertype 2016) and the ekphrastic haiku volume Judgement Day (The Onslaught Press 2016) in response to the collages of the anti-Nazi artist Kurt Waldmann. Among his awards is the Tamgha I Kidmat medal for services to literature. He blogs at http://roghaghabriel.blogspot.ie/