Neal Rantoul is a career artist and teacher, having taught photography every year since 1971. He was the head of the Photography Program at Northeastern University and taught for thirteen years at Harvard University, as well as the New England School of Photography.
Rantoul has work in numerous public and private collections. Among those featured are The Boston Museum of Fine Arts, The DeCordova Museum, the Fogg Art Museum, The High Museum in Atlanta, the Kunsthaus in Zurich, the Center for Creative Photography in Tucson, and Princeton University. He is recipient of many awards and grants including a Whiting Foundation Fellowship; a Lightwork (Syracuse, NY) residency; RSDF, FDP and IDF grants from Northeastern University; and was a finalist twice for the Massachusetts Cultural Council award.
To learn more, visit Rantoul’s site.