Paula Tognarelli is the Deputy
Director of the Griffin Museum of Photography and a graduate
of the New England School of Photography (AP). She received
a BA from Regis College with a focus on Studio Arts, and an
MS from Boston University in Arts Administration.
Paula describes her photography as her native
language. "I've always been more visual than vocal. I could
draw a picture much faster than I could articulate a story in
words. Photography made dialogue that much easier for me."
She is represented by the Charles Baltevik Gallery on the Outer
Ms. Tognarelli is also a digital imaging
specialist. She has done extensive postgraduate study in color
management, color theory, digital photography and digital imaging
processing. She has lectured on digital imaging throughout the
United States and in Japan, representing Agfa and Polaroid Graphic
Imaging. She has also been a speaker at the Seybold Conferences.
She is a former member of the Xerox Technical Advisory Board.
Paula was named by Printing Impressions magazine as one of twelve
women who made a major contribution to the Graphic Arts/ Imaging