Holly Smith Pedlosky
is an artist-photographer who teaches photography, the history
of photography, and digital imaging at the Lesley Seminars at
Lesley University, (formerly Radcliffe Seminars at Harvard University).
At Radcliffe in 1997 she founded Photography Atelier, a workshop
for emerging photographic artists. Holly and Karen Davis reinvented
Photography Atelier in 2001, and they now co-teach it in alternate
years at Lesley Seminars in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Holly has been teaching intensive photo workshops
in Italy (in Venice, and on Lake Como) since 1985, and since
1993 she has been offering them through the International Center
of Photography, based in New York City.
Holly works with color slides and prints her work digitally;
she has an international exhibition record. She has exhibited
her work at galleries and museums in Boston, Chicago, Venice,
Italy, and on Cape Cod, Massachusetts where she lives.
She has an MFA from the School of the Art
Institute of Chicago, where she studied with Generative Systems
founder and artist Sonia Landy Sheridan.
Holly's website (www.arts-cape.com/hollypedlosky)
shows some of her Italian work and offers information on the
photography workshops she teaches.