Mark Osterman and France Scully Osterman

Mark Osterman began research in historic photographic processes while attending the Kansas City Art Institute in the 1970’s. Now as the Process Historian for the Advanced Residency Program for the Photographic Conservation at the George Eastman House International Museum of Photography, Osterman teaches the technical evolution of photography from Niepce heliographs to silver gelatin emulsions.

France Scully Osterman is guest scholar at the George Eastman House and gives lectures, demonstrations and workshops throughout the United States, Japan and Europe. She runs the “Scully & Osterman” skylight studio in Rochester, NY, as well as teaches workshops and gives private tutorials.