Director and Co-Founder
Kirsten is a Photographer living in New York. She is a regular contributor to The New York Times and has lived and worked in Mexico, Texas and the American South.
G. Morty Ortega
Morty is a freelance visual journalist and writer who recently completed a Masters in Journalism at the University of North Texas. Originally from Chile and raised in the United States, he is now back in Connecticut after having worked as a freelance photographer and web designer for the last six years in Latin America.
Tiffany L. Clark
Tiffany is a New York-based freelance photographer, originally from St. Paul, Minnesota. She graduated from the Documentary Photography and Photojournalism Program at the International Center of Photography in NY in 2007. Tiffany is currently working for amNY Newspaper and other publications in the city, managing ICP’s Digital Media Lab, teaching, as well as shooting social events and working on her own personal documentary stories.
Beverly Pecoraro is a teacher at the Walden School of Liberal Arts in Provo, Utah. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from BYU and a Master’s degree in Teaching from Western Washington University. She has taught a variety of subjects including U.S. History, Sociology, Italian, Model UN, Fashion, and Documentary Arts. Her spare time is filled with travel, friends, yoga, music, concerts, films, volunteering at the Sundance Film Festival, good books, and anything outdoors–snowboarding, camping, and hiking.
Hi, I’m Jen. Currently, I am working as a teacher and administrator in public education. Before changing careers, I worked in marketing and public relations. I have been with Foundry since the beginning. It is a privilege to be a part of lasting friendships, awe-inspiring creativity and generosity. I look forward to meeting you. Namaste