About the Jury

John Curtis

John Curtis is a photographer and writer who recently retired as editor of Yale Medicine Magazine. Before coming to Yale, he worked in newspapers and as a freelance photographer and writer. His photographs have appeared in The New York Times, the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and other publications. 

Michael Marsland

In 1975 Michael Marsland began working at Yale as an assistant to the photographer at the Yale University Art Gallery. When the Yale Center for British Art opened in 1977, he became the staff photographer, documenting their collection. In 1987 he became University Photographer and held that position until his retirement in 2016. He is a fellow at Hopper College at Yale.  A graduate of Paier College of Art. He also completed an independent BA in art history through Charter Oak College. He taught at Fairfield University for a number of years and developed and taught photographic workshop for Yale Educational Travel. His work has been published widely both nationally and internationally in books, magazines and newspapers. The book “Picturing Yale” is a collection his images of Yale.

Terry Dagradi

Terry Dagradi’s lifelong pursuit and passion of photography and art lead her to job as a photographer at Yale. In that position she has photographed wet gels, architecture, editorial assignments, medical school graduations, anatomy dissection labs, historical celebrations, brain surgery, and the curator of the Cushing Center and its historical medical collection of 15,000 large format glass and film negatives.  She is also the coordinator of the Programs of Art in Public Spaces at YSM and has curated many arts and science-based exhibitions in the Medical Center. For many years she taught photography at Creative Arts Workshop in New Haven. Was a co-founder of the Photo Arts Collective which meet monthly for 20 years building a community of photographers, collectors, and historians to share a collective knowledge in celebration of photography.  May 7th, 2022, you will find her in the walk-in Camera Obscura at ArtWalk as part of the Westville’s yearly arts celebration over Mother’s Day weekend.