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2021 SPE Annual Conference: Imagining Legacy: Archives, Collections, and Memoria

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13:1 February 1975

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13:1 February 1975

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4 days ago via Instagram

Image by @zacharypstephens

I’m very excited to be taking over the Society for Photographic Education account this week!

My name is Zachary P. Stephens, I am a fine art photographer and educator based out of southern New Hampshire and Vermont, which means I am a member of the SPE Northeast chapter @spe_ne . I am also a member of the @spe.contingent caucus as I am currently a contingent faculty member teaching at Springfield College, Franklin Pierce University, and the Putney School. Hopefully, all of my classes will happen in the Fall, but my summer work was canceled due to COVID-19 and I have taken a job as an essential worker at my local food co-op. This is a very challenging time for everyone and I hope that many of you who are contingent faculty are weathering the storm and that your contracts get renewed. 
The work I am going to share this week is from an ongoing project called Are We There Yet? It deals primarily with fatherhood, parenting, and personal identity. For those of you who are stuck at home trying to navigate life with your kids, this work should speak to you pretty well. 
This first piece is a self-portrait titled Stuffies. 
Please feel free to leave comments and engage as much as you like throughout the week. As we are still navigating stay-at-home orders it is a really good time to connect with people online. 
You can follow me at @zacharypstephens and please follow @spe_ne and @spe.contingent 
#SPEtakeover
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5 days ago via Instagram

Image by @zacharypstephens I’m very excited to be taking over the Society for Photographic Education account this week! My name is Zachary P. Stephens, I am a fine art photographer and educator based out of southern New Hampshire and Vermont, which means I am a member of the SPE Northeast chapter @spe_ne...

FotoFika - May 13, 2020

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This week on FotoFika, Stephanie DeMer joined us to talk about strategies for establishing healthy work/live/creativity balance during COVID 19. DeMer is the Iowa Idea Visiting Assistant Professor in Photography at The University of Iowa, she holds an MFA in Photo + Film from Virginia Commonwealth University and as part of sustaining her artistic research, she is a 200-hour certified yoga teacher. www.stephaniedemer.com

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