Vince was co-founder of Photobooth in San Francisco, a tintype studio and analog photography paradise. These days he is a portrait photographer working exclusively in large format and alternative processes. His long term-portrait project, Cities of Faith, creates community art for churches and other non-profit organizations in the San Francisco Bay Area. To date he has photographed over a thousand community members.
Erika Gentry is a Multimedia Artist and Educator. Working across diverse media and platforms including photography, video and interactive installation projects, she investigates the construction of identity and the evolving role of technology and place. She exhibits and travels internationally and designs photography workshops for intermediate photographers in Provence (www.photographyinfrance.com). Erika has also taught for The Rochester Institute of Technology, The San Francisco Art Institute, Foothill College, City College of San Francisco, CSU Summer Arts, and Rayko Photo Center. She is currently a full-time faculty member and Photography Department Chair at the City College of San Francisco and serves on the National Board of Directors for The Society for Photographic Education.
Tracy Storer has spent the last 30 years operating and building Polaroid 20x24 cameras. When he's not running the giant Polaroid or making parts in his shop, he enjoys working and playing with film cameras of all sizes and making prints employing both conventional and historic processes.
Karen Goldman has been a shooting pictures since 1998. Karen spent over a decade working in camera shops and is currently a staff photographer for RIFF, Show Bams and The Independent SF. Now working with Zenfolio clients to build their photography business online, Karen’s professional experiences give her insight both into the technical aspects of photography and how photographers can best create their online presence