Teta spent 11 years as operations manager for the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center before joining In-Sight in 2013. She was a founding member of both Brattleboro Clayworks and Cherry Street Artisans, and has been teaching, making, and selling stoneware pottery since 1983. Teta is a board member of Windham & Windsor Housing Trust and a registered Yoga teacher. She is a graduate of Marlboro College with a degree in philosophy.
Frequently found: In front of her laptop at Superfresh.
Favorite camera to use: Cell phone.
Worst photo experience: Being in front of the camera.
Zach has been a professional photographer since 2004 working as staff and freelance for several newspapers and magazines. He has spent the last 6 years as the Photo Editor at the Brattleboro Reformer and is currently a photojournalism instructor at Landmark College. His work has appeared in The New York Times, Vermont Life Magazine, The Boston Globe, The Boston Herald, USA Today and more. Zach is a graduate of the Hallmark Institute of Photography, Brattleboro Union High School and is an alumnus of the In-Sight Photography Project.
Frequently found: Playing with his daughter Elsa.
Favorite camera to use: ALL OF THEM!!!
Worst photo experience: Shooting a roll of 35mm in high school that was not actually in the camera. Oops.
Victoria became a Vermont Youth Tomorrow AmeriCorps VISTA member after volunteering at In-Sight since the summer of 2011. She graduated Keene State College with a B.A. in English Literature and Secondary Education.
Frequently found: Baking elaborate treats
Favorite camera to use: Nikon FM2
Worst photo experience: Using paper developer when trying to develop negatives
Ryan volunteered at In-Sight while finishing his B.A. in Literature and Photography at Marlboro College. He was the Vermont Youth Tomorrow AmeriCorps VISTA member for two years before becoming the indispensable Administrative Coordinator.
Frequently found: At the thrift store
Favorite camera to use: Canon F-1
Worst photo experience: Photoshop frustrations