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Our Staff

The PRC offers exhibitions, programs, and events organized and run by our Board, staff, programming committee and volunteers. All of our programming is open to the public. 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 by 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.

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.

Photo by Silke Haas

Steven Duede

Steven Duede is an artist and the Founder and Curator of Aspect Initiative, an online gallery showcasing Fine Art Photography. His work has been exhibited regularly in the Boston area, New England, and across the nation and he has been recognized and supported as a fellowship finalist by the Massachusetts Cultural Council. Steven served as a reviewer in the New England Portfolio Reviews, sponsored by the Griffin Museum of Photography and the PRC, and the RISD portfolio reviews. He has also served as a juror for United Photo Industries The FENCE, and provided portfolio reviews in the Palm Springs Portfolio reviews at the Photo Plus Expo in NYC as well as the 14th annual PSPF in sunny Palm Springs CA. Steven has served with the board of directors at the Griffin Museum of Photography and the Cambridge Art Association and in addition to being a PRC Board Member he is a member of the PRC Programming Committee and the Development Committee. Steven is also a founding member of the public charity, Watertown Community Fridge.

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.

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.

Photo by Michael Fein

Faith Ninivaggi

For the past 20 years Faith Ninivaggi has documented major news events, pro sports, feature stories and political figures as a photojournalist. Her work has been published extensively worldwide. Faith has received numerous awards recognizing her work including an Emmy. Faith runs her own freelance business photographing portrait, editorial and commercial commissions for local and national corporations. She holds a BFA in Photography from The Art Institute of Boston and received her MFA in Photography + Integrated media from Lesley University. She is an exhibiting artist and educator, a member of the National Press Photographer’s Association (NPPA) and serves on the board of the Boston Press Photographer’s Association (BPPA). In addition to serving on the board at the Photographic Resource Center Faith is also a part of the programming committee at the PRC.

Suzanne Révy

Suzanne Révy is a photographer, writer and educator. She earned a BFA in photography from the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY. After art school, she worked as a photography editor in magazine publishing at  U.S.News & World Report and later at Yankee Magazine. With the arrival of two sons, she left publishing and began photographing her children to create a visual diary of their lives. More recently, she earned an MFA in photography from the New Hampshire Institute of Art and has been exploring the landscape in her newest work. She has exhibited at the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA, the Danforth Museum of Art in Framingham, MA, the Workspace Gallery in Lincoln, NE, the Camera Club of NY in New York City, and at the New England School of Photography in Boston among others. Révy teaches at Clark University and she is the associate editor of the online photography magazine, What Will You Remember?

Jessica Roscio

Jessica Roscio is the Director and Curator, Danforth Art Museum at Framingham State University. Roscio joined the Danforth Art Museum in 2011, was appointed Curator in 2015, and became the Director in 2020. She has overseen curatorial and administrative operations since the Museum became a part of Framingham State University. Prior to the Danforth, Roscio held positions at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C., and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. She writes on both historical and contemporary photography and is a regular contributor to Aspect Initiative, an online gallery focusing on innovative photographic practices in New England. She has juried numerous exhibitions across media both regionally and nationally. Roscio has an MA in Art History from the University at Buffalo and a Ph.D. in American Studies, with a focus on the History of Photography, from Boston University.

Tiziana Rozzo

Tiziana Rozzo is a lens-based artist, scientist and educator. She earned an MFA in Photography and Integrated Media from Lesley University, attending both the Full Time Photography and Low Residency Visual Arts programs. Rozzo was a recipient of the Arnold P. Gold Foundation Grant for the Arts, Medicine and Humanities, Harvard Medical School, and the recipient of numerous grants and scholarships, including the 2020 Strauch Mosse Merit Scholarship from Lesley University and the 2021 Paddle Rise Scholarship Anderson Ranch ArtsCenter, Snowmass, CO. She has exhibited her prints and photographic artist’s books at the 2019 Boston Art Book Fair, the Penland School of Craft, NC, the Danforth-Art Museum, The Griffin Museum and at Lesley University.  In 2018 she had her first solo exhibit at Colgate University, NY. She has been a visiting artist at the Brigham & Women Hospital, the Museum of Fine Arts Boston and a guest critic at Clark University, MA.

Davide Weinberg portrait

David Weinberg

David Weinberg is retired physician who established second career as a photographer. He received a Certificate in Professional Photography from Boston University Center for Digital Imaging Arts in 2006, and has exhibited his work in numerous solo and group shows in Boston (including at the PRC) and New York City. Currently he serves as President of the Danforth Art Alliance and as member of the Framingham State University Foundation Board of Trustees, which oversees the operations and collection of the Danforth Art Center at FSU. He is a long-time resident of Brookline, Massachusetts.