Ms. Stoyer works as a documentary and fine art photographer and teacher, with most of her work centered around issues involving girls and women around the world. She is also the photo editor for the Global Press Institute and she travels widely to provide photojournalism training to hundreds of women reporters around the world. Ms. Stoyer graduated from the International Center for Photography, and attended the School for Visual Arts.
After Peddie, Kelly McCallum graduated from the Goldsmithing department at the Royal College of Art (UK) in 2006. A jeweler’s interest in scale and attention to detail is apparent in both her wearable objects and her sculptural pieces. Her work is influenced by both story-telling and natural history, employing Victorian taxidermy as well as insects, precious metals and other treasures from her personal collection of curiosities. She has exhibited in many different countries, including Canada, the United States, France, Korea, The United Kingdom, and Poland, and her work has been displayed at The Victoria & Albert Museum in London.
Julie Sutherland's realistic oil paintings are inspired by experiences with her family and her childhood in Holland. While painting has been more of an avocation for Ms. Sutherland, she has always had a passion for art, and she credits Peddie with helping to ignite the artistic spark in her. She has exhibited her work in New Jersey and elsewhere around the US, and has been recognized for her depictions of landscapes and animals. Ms. Sutherland lives in Morris County, New Jersey with her husband and their three sons, one of whom graduated Peddie in 2011.
In honor of Peddie School's 150th Anniversary, all Mariboe Gallery events in 2013-14 will feature Peddie alumni artists.