The University Magazine

Class Notes

1950s - 1960s


Neil Montanus ’53 (GAP) was honored by an exhibition of his photographic achievements at RIT’s University Gallery from Nov. 28 to Feb. 22. Montanus, one of Kodak’s most illustrious photographers, has a portfolio that includes 55 of the massive Kodak Coloramas, numerous celebrity portraits and his most recent work—the bacteriographs.


Kevin Gilson ... more »



James Langone ’70 (GAP) was awarded the annual Pioneer Valley Photographic Artists award. Langone received the award for his work in commercial photography, as a teacher of photography at Springfield (Mass.) Technical Community College and as one of the founders of the Valley Photo Center in Springfield.


Robert Kiss ’71 (GAP) showed ... more »



David Price ’80 (GAP) and John Henry ’76 (GAP) again traveled together in November 2012 on a third adventure with their wives, this time visiting Greece, Egypt, Israel, Cyprus and Turkey. The two met in 1973 in the graduate program of the School of Printing. Both have recently renewed contact with ... more »



David Neff ’89, ’90 (GAP) became owner of David Neff Photography in Brooklyn. He was employed at Makerbot Industries LLC as general manager. “After a two-year stint with a Brooklyn, N.Y., startup, I happily return to shooting freelance and rejoining the creative world.”

Jeffrey Zagon ’90 (FAA) is a woodworking instructor at ... more »



Anthony Calabria ’00, ’02 (COS) accepted a position at Benjamin Moore Paints in New Jersey as color technology project manager. He was employed at Benjamin Moore Paints as a color scientist.

Raymond DeJohn ’00 (SCB) was promoted to electronics commodity manager (strategic sourcing) from senior procurement analyst (materials) at Welch Allyn Inc. ... more »