Neal Rantoul

Neal Rantoul is a career artist and teacher. He has taught photography since 1971. He is past head of the Photography Program at Northeastern University, is a professor emeritus, and taught for thirteen years at Harvard University as well as several years at the New England School of Photography. He retired from Northeastern in January 2012. Rantoul has work in numerous public and private collections, including the Museum of Fine Arts (Boston); the DeCordova Sculpture Museum and Sculpture Park (Lincoln, MA); the Fogg Art Museum (Cambridge, MA); the High Museum (Atlanta, GA); the Kunsthaus (Zurich, Switzerland); the Center for Creative Photography (Tucson, AZ); and Princeton University (NJ). He is the recipient of many awards and grants, including a Whiting Foundation Fellowship; a Lightwork residency (Syracuse, NY); RSDF, FDP and IDF grants from Northeastern University; and he was a finalist twice for the Massachusetts Cultural Council award. Rantoul is a previous member of the Board of Directors of the PRC and is on the Board of Corporators at the Griffin Museum of Photography. He is an active exhibitor, workshop leader, portfolio reviewer, and consultant.

Neal will only be reviewing printed portfolios. Please do not bring imagery in digital format.