Portfolio Reviews are a unique opportunity to receive thoughtful feedback on an established or in-the-works project. Artists will have the opportunity to not only receive important critical feedback, but also receive professional guidance on how to move forward in their work.Schedule a Review
You choose the meeting time to be held over Zoom.
You set the goals of the review and select the reviewer.
You receive feedback from our highly-trained professionals.
To schedule a Portfolio Review, contact Education Director Josh Brilliant. The student will upload their portfolio and share any relevant links prior to the virtual meeting. Once the review has been scheduled, timing will be coordinated between reviewer and student.
Our reviewers are accomplished professionals who bring years of experience to helping you build the portfolio that best represents your work. Learn more about our reviewers below.
Sarah Stolfa earned her BS in photography from Drexel University, Philadelphia, in 2005 and her MFA in Photography from Yale University in 2008. In 2004, Stolfa won The New York Times Photography Contest for college students and several of her photographs were reproduced in The New York Times Magazine. In 2006, Stolfa was included in the Second Woodmere Triennial of Contemporary Photography at the Woodmere Art Museum, Philadelphia. In the same year, her work was exhibited at Gallery 339 in Philadelphia and Silverstein Photography in New York. In 2007, Stolfa was included in “Women to Watch” at Moore College of Art, Philadelphia, and in “L’Autre” at the Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery of the University of the Arts, Philadelphia. Stolfa is the CEO and Artistic Director of the Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, which she founded in 2009.
Lori Waselchuk is a visual storyteller whose work is a simultaneous inquiry into the lived experiences/poetic bodies of humans and the systems they inhabit, contest, and construct. Waselchuk creates novel forms of collaboration, drawing from many disciplines and resources, to create experiences that describe and convene community. Her work is exhibited internationally and is part of many collections including New Orleans Museum of Art, Portland Museum of Art and South African National Gallery. Waselchuk also curates and coordinates exhibitions and special projects that prioritize creative social engagement. Most notable is Grace Before Dying (2007 – 2017), a collaborative photographic documentary about a hospice program in the Louisiana State Penitentiary. Most recently, Waselchuk developed and coordinated PPAC’s Women’s Mobile Museum (2018 – 2020) with South African artist Zanele Muholi and ten Philadelphia women and femmes.
As an artist, Gregory Eddi Jones has exhibited internationally. His first self-published book, Another 26 Gas Stations, is included in over three dozen institutional photobook collections throughout the United States. As a writer and publisher, Jones has produced hundreds of interviews and reviews of leading contemporary photographers. | http://www.gregoryeddijones.com/