Lawrence Volk, Associate Professor
School of Visual and Performing Arts
Office Location: Center for the Arts
Office Number: 219
Larry Volk is an Associate Professor of Photography in the Department of Visual Communications at Endicott College. He holds an MFA in Photography from the Rhode Island School of Design. Prior to coming to Endicott he had taught in the New England region for 13 years serving as an lecturer in photography at: Northeastern University, Montserrat College of Art, and Rhode Island School of Design. In the department of Visual Communications he teaches courses in: photographic imaging, digital imaging and manipulation, studio lighting, documentary photography, portfolio and senior thesis. His areas of expertise include: documentary photography, location lighting and production, video and time-based production, photographic artist books, digital image editing and production, and fine art digital printing.
His work has been exhibited nationally and is held in both private and museum collections. He is a member-artist of the Bromfield Gallery in Boston, Massachusetts. His most recent exhibitions include: solo exhibitions at the Bromfield Galler (2010) and The Rubin-Frankel Gallery at Boston University Hillel (2009), as well as group exhibitions at the Bromfield Gallery (2010, 2009), and University of Miami (2007). His work has also been presented in an online solo exhibition with The Griffin Museum of Photography (2007-2008), and as a top 50 selection with Critical Mass (2006).
His commercial photographic business of 10 years, Larry Volk Photography, included editorial and corporate clients. A partial client list: Fast Company, Time Inc (Fortune, Fortune Small Business), Yankee Magazine, IEE Spectrum, Fidelity Investments, and Harvard University.
Visiting lecture Artist Lecture: Columbia College and APA Midwest, No Plastic Sleeves, Chicago, Illinois,
Co-Author (with Danielle Currier), No Plastic Sleeves:The Complete Guide to Portfolio for Designers and Photographers, published by Focal Press, 2010.