Elin Spring is Founder and Editor of What Will You Remember? She is a contributing writer to other online and print magazines and has provided essays for various exhibition catalogs. As an independent curator, she juries photography competitions and exhibitions. Elin regularly conducts portfolio reviews at national photography festivals, colleges, and museums, highlighting newly discovered work online. In 2014, her photography writing was recognized with the Scribe FOCUS Award from the Griffin Museum of Photography. Before concentrating full-time on WWYR?, for over two decades, she specialized in professional portraiture in and around Boston. An active member of the Photographic Resource Center (Boston), Griffin Museum of Photography (Winchester, MA) LightWorks (Syracuse, NY), Aperture Foundation (N.Y.C.) and Marblehead Arts Association (MA), Elin earned her bachelor’s degree from Brown University and Ph.D. in Neuroscience from University of Pennsylvania.
Suzanne Révy is a writer, educator and photographer who has created visual diaries of her family’s life and is currently making photographs in the landscape. She earned a BFA from the Pratt Institute in New York and an MFA from the New Hampshire Institute of Art. She previously worked as photography editor at U.S. News & World Report and Yankee Magazine. Her photographs have been exhibited at museums and galleries throughout New England and in New York. Révy is on the faculty at Clark University in Worcester, MA and serves on the board of the Photographic Resource Center in Cambridge, MA.