Tom Griscom is a photographer and educator based in Nashville, TN. His photographic work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally, as well as publications dedicated to fine art photography. His editorial work has appeared in such publications as Newsweek Japan, Bloomberg News, Outside Magazine, Scientific American, Blackbook, and Nashville Arts and is commercially represented by Gallerystock. He has taught classes at the International Center of Photography, The School of Visual Arts, and is currently a full time faculty member at the Nashville Art Institute and a visiting artist at Watkins College of Art and Design. This will be his fourth summer teaching at The Workshops.
Kelsey Floyd is a fine artist currently living and working in midcoast Maine. Originally from a suburb of Chicago, Kelsey received a BA in Studio Art with a focus in Sculpture and a BA in Psychology from DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana. These degrees have informed her art making which combines her interests in photography, sculpture, and psychology. Her work has been exhibited nationally at venues such as the Minneapolis Photo Center, Louisiana Tech University, the Putnam County Museum and Low Road Gallery in Indiana. Having taught with the Farnsworth Art Museum in Rockland, Maine and been associated with Maine Media Workshops in Rockport, Maine since the summer of 2011, Floyd has fallen in love with being an educator in the field of photography. She is currently the assistant to photographer Joyce Tenneson, whose experience as an impactful force as a female photographer within the field has been both humbling and inspiring.
Floyd is frequently hired for her event photography, which has ranged from a 50th wedding anniversary to a bike race, philanthropy events to a box derby at a ski resort. She greatly enjoys shooting these events, and strives to communicate the energy of the event through the final selection of photographs. If interested in hiring her for an event in the area, please e-mail her at email@example.com