Our Instructors

Mark is a professional nature photographer, writer and much sought after public speaker. His work has been published internationally in books, on calendars and posters, and in advertising media. His first two coffee table books, "Adirondack Waters: Spirit of the Mountains" and "In Stoddard's Footsteps: The Adirondacks Then & Now," have become a landmark regional publications. They were followed by "The Adirondacks: In Celebration of the Seasons," and a comprehensive e-book on night photography: "The Light of Midnight: Photographing the Landscape at Night." Mark is a staff instructor for the Adirondack Photography Institute and his work is sponsored by Hunt's Photo.

John lives in California during the winter and is a member and past Vice-President of the Marin Photo Club. He teaches HDR and Focus Stacking for his club and started an HDR special interest group as well. In club competitions, he competes in the advanced or masters level. Since retirement, he has been able devote his full attention to digital photography, with particular focus on HDR photography. John feels that HDR is not just a way to increase the dynamic range but is more importantly a technique that leads to greater creativity in photography. 

Doug has had a professional career in photography in New York City for many years and is experienced in teaching artists how to shoot their own artwork. He teaches photography and curates many photography exhibits.

Jim is an award winning photographer who has been photographing digitally for over 10 years. He has conducted numerous Lightroom classes and presentations for different camera clubs; these presentations have ranged from brief survey lectures on Lightroom capabilities to in-depth classes where the entire scope of the program is presented. 

A juried artist and board member of the Cape Cod Art Association, Susan’s work has been exhibited at multiple galleries and museums in Massachusetts. In May of 2014, her Icicle Studies were included in the 3 person exhibit “Light Matter” at the Griffin Museum of Photography, in Winchester. Additionally, Susan teaches photography to teens and adults at the Cape Cod Art Association, leads photowalks, and helps organize the CCAA Camera Club and Click! Photography conference each fall sponsored by the Photography Center. A retired middle school teacher, Susan now devotes her time largely to fine art photography.

Bob's award-winning traditional and contemporary fine art images hang in homes and office across the US and Europe. His work has appeared in national magazines, in advertising and at Soho Arts, Osterville Fine Art, Samuel-Day Gallery, Audubon's Wellfleet Bay Sanctuary, the Venice Art Center and Abbacino Galleria. A recipient of the New England Camera Club Council's prestigious MNEC Master Member appellation, Bob teaches photography, leads workshops, judges exhibitions and competitions and presents seminars and programs across the Northeast and in Florida.  

John Tunney is a fine-art photographer and instructor, leading classes, workshops and tours on Cape Cod and elsewhere. A frequent exhibitor in New England art shows, festivals and galleries, his work ranges from contemplative land and seascapes to classic nature photography, still lifes and abstracts. In June 2013, he will have an exhibit at the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA. As a teacher, he guides students of all levels in the art of seeing, composition and the digital darkroom. He is a juried member of the Cape Cod Art Association and the Artisans' Guild of Cape Cod. He is also a member of the Professional Photographers of America.  

Betty Wiley is an award-winning free-lance photographer and instructor who resides on Cape Cod in Massachusetts. Originally from Las Vegas, Nevada, she has lived in the northeast for over 35 years. She leads photography workshops and teaches post-processing classes on the South Shore and Cape Cod. Her classes and workshops have received many accolades from her students and she is well known for her skill in the darkroom. Betty is also a frequent speaker to camera clubs and meet-up groups. Her images frequently appear in a various publications including Cape Cod magazine, Chatham magazine and South Shore Living. While she specializes in nature and landscape photography, she also operates a small portrait studio in her home. 

Ron has nearly 30 years experience photographing Cape Cod and beyond. A graduate of Massachusetts College of Art with a degree in painting, his interest in photography began when he picked up a 35mm camera in 1980. That was soon replaced by a larger format 4x5 view camera. From the beginning he maintained his own color darkroom where he produced exhibition quality Cibachrome prints. Today a digital camera and digital darkroom have replaced the film camera and wet darkroom. His gallery and studio are located in Plymouth, MA. His work appears regularly in the pages of Cape Cod Life magazine.