Resume

Education:

Bachelor of Science- Art Education, State University of New Paltz, New York

Grants and Fellowships:

2008  Funding for Malawi project provided by Princeton Day School's Johnston Faculty Enrichment Award, and through Christine Gorman: the Neiman Foundation for Journalists at Harvard University supported by the Melinda and Bill Gates Foundation.

1995  ArtsLink grant, funded by National Endowment for the Arts/The Soros Foundation

1993  Village Voice Documentary Photography Grant

1992  Visual Arts Fellowship, National Endowment for the Arts

1986  Klingenstein Fellowship, Project Earthwatch, documenting nutritional programs for mothers and infants in Zimbabwe, Africa

1984  Fellowship in Photography, New Jersey State Council on the Arts

Links:

http://edition.cnn.com/2009/HEALTH/07/29/malawi.nurses.shortage/index.html

http://download.lww.com/wolterskluwer_vitalstream_com/PermaLink/NAJ_109_6_Gorman_SDC1.pdf

Exhibitions:

2012  20 New Jersey Artists' Projects, Capital Health System, Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions Annual Exhibition, Mason Gross Galleries, Rutgers University

2010  Photo Imaging Education Association (PIEA) International Student-Teacher Photo Exhibition and Competition, Faculty Portfolio award

2010  Anne Reed Art Gallery, Princeton, New Jersey, solo show

2007  Photo Imaging Education Association (PIEA) International Student-Teacher Photo Exhibition and Competition, Faculty Portfolio award

2003  Monmouth Museum - solo show

1996  National Video Center, New York City, - solo show

1995  "Darkness Illuminated," solo show at the University of the Arts, Philadelphia.

1994  "Shooting Blind," Wesleyan University

1992/3  "The Photo Review," Annual juried photography competitions

1992  University of Delaware Biennial Exhibition. Juror: Jacquie Littlejohn, Littlejohn-Smith Gallery, New York

1992  Photowork 92, Miami, sponsored by Photogroup Center and the University of Miami Art Department. Juror: Merry Foresta, Curator of Photography, Smithsonian Institution

1988  "Cycles of Life" Regional Photo Exhibit, Washington Crossing, NJ. Cash Award. Juror: Miles Barth, Curator of Archives and Collections, International Center of Photography, New York.

1987  "Archetype/Symbol/Photograph," O-Roe Electric Art Space, Hoboken NJ

1985  "Abstractions and Realities," Seven New Jersey Photographers, New Jersey State Museum

1985  Still photographer for "The Sixth Sense," a film about sensory changes and aging, produces by Dennis Knife and featuring Arlene Francis. Sponsored by the National Council on Aging

1983  Princeton Art Association Seventh Annual Juried Exhibition, McCarter Theater, Princeton, NJ. E.R. Squibb award; best in show. Juror: George Tice

1983  "Seven Photographers," Henry Chauncy Conference Center, Educational Testing Service, Princeton NJ

1983  "Worlds Within, Worlds Without" (eight photographers), Simon Gallery, Montclair, NJ

1985  "What About Aging; Your Changing Senses," a multimedia educational exhibit developed by the University of Pennsylvania and the Franklin Institute, Philadelphia; funded by SmithKline Beckman Corp. Seventy photographs of people over 65. Mounted at the Franklin Institute and later at science museums in Orlando, Baltimore, Washington, Boston, Columbus, Seattle, Phoenix, Berkeley, Dallas, Chicago, Richmond, New York

1982  Foto Vision 1982, Foto Gallery, New York. Jurors: Robert Mapplethorpe, Richard Margolis, Jane Wenger

1982  "Three Photographers," The Nassau Gallery, Princeton, NJ

1981  "Women Artists," McCormick Hall, Princeton University

1981  "Imagism," The Light Factory National Juried Exhibition, Charlotte, NC. Juror: Tina Freeman, Curator of Photography, New Orleans Museum of Art

1981  New American Nudes/Recent Trends and Attitudes, MIT Creative Photography Gallery,Cambridge, MA. Juror: Arno Minkkinen, Asst. Professor of Photography, MIT.