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Who We Are

Our Staff

The PRC offers exhibitions, programs, and events organized and run by our Board, staff, programming committee and volunteers. If you would like to volunteer to help with opening receptions, our popular PRC Nights, gallery sitting, and more, please let us know at For general questions, please email

photo credit: Lucie Wicker

Jessica Burko, Creative Director

An exhibiting artist since 1985, Jessica Burko holds a BFA in photography from Rhode Island School of Design and an MFA in imaging arts and science from Rochester Institute of Technology. Burko has curated more than 30 exhibitions since 1998 and regularly works with independent artists and New England arts organizations to share her Arts Marketing expertise through workshops and consultations. She is also a working artist and her art can be seen here:

Eileen Powers, Communications and Development Coordinator

Eileen is a professional photographer and commercial artist with many years of experience creating marketing for philanthropic and membership organizations. Her photography has been shown locally and in Europe. She is also the principal of Javatime Design, and holds an MFA in Visual Arts from Lesley University.

Board of Directors

John Bunzick

John Bunzick

President and Treasurer, Fine Art Photographer, Somerville, MA
John has been a photographer since the age of 7. Retired from a career writing construction specifications for architecture firms, he 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. John holds a BA from Lesley University, class of ’87. He may also be found in his local café reading the New Yorker.

Dasan Harrington

Dasan began exploring photography as a senior in high school. He graduated from the Art Institute of Boston (now Lesley University’s College of Art & Design or LA+D) with a BFA in Photography and he worked for Gannett Co., Inc. for more than 10 years in production and editorial. Dasan currently sit on multiple boards of non-profits in the Boston area, where he enjoys collaborating with creative minds to develop abstract ideas that become constructed into actuality.

Adam Krauss

Adam took his first photo in high school, which won an honorable mention in a local newspaper photography competition. He didn’t pick up a camera again until his late twenties and hasn’t put one down since.  Adam began exhibiting his work in 2018, including exhibitions by The San Diego Museum of Art Artists Guild and the Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts. While he works on finding a home in the world of fine art photography, he also works as a corporate lawyer.

Greig Cranna Headshot

Greig Cranna

Greig Cranna is a professional photographer and the owner of BRIDGE Gallery in North Cambridge, Massachusetts. Born in Vancouver, British Columbia, he eventually settled in New York City where he began his photography career in 1976. His clients in New York included The Council on Foreign Relations, The  Japan Society, The International Typeface Corporation and ABC News, and the U.S. Dept. of Energy. After relocating to Boston in 1982 he began shooting education, architecture, and agriculture. He’s spent more than forty years in the Canadian Provinces of Quebec, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador shooting salmon aquaculture, seabird research, ecotourism and environmental education.

Eric Nichols

Eric is an artist, cinematographer and photographer based out of Worcester Massachusetts. He holds his MFA in studio arts from Maine College of Art and is the photo lab manager and faculty member at Worcester State University. He is currently pursuing a career as a fine art photographer and has shown nationally including the Fitchburg Art Museum, the Griffin Museum of Photography, The Hallmark Museum of Contemporary Photography and the Institute of Contemporary Art in Portland Maine.

Suzanne Révy

Suzanne is a fine art photographer with a BFA from the Pratt Institute. She worked as a photography editor at U.S.News & World Report and acting picture editor at Yankee magazine in the 1990s. With the arrival of two sons she left publishing, and turned her photographic attention to her growing children, their cousins and friends and built a three-part personal portfolio exploring their growth from toddlerhood to their teens. Révy recently completed her MFA in photography at the New Hampshire Institute of Art and is currently on the faculty at the New England School of Photography.