Hi everyone. I hope you are all having a wonderful summer. Moses Silverman has nothing new to report but sends greetings. * On May 28 the American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP), the premier trade association for imaging professionals, awarded Craig Stevens the first annual Susan Carr Educator Prize. This prize is awarded to the individual who best meets the criteria of making a significant contribution to the education of photography students and imaging professionals. The prize honors the memory of former ASMP Education Director Susan Carr, who was dedicated to the education of working photographers. Craig has taught, written, and lectured extensively on the subjects of art, photography, and education and is in his 25th year as a professor of photography at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD). Craig was previously the associate director of the Maine Photographic Workshops from 1975 to 1985. He is on the summer faculty of the Maine Media Workshops, has taught at the Santa Fe Workshops, Anderson Ranch Art Center in Snowmass, Colo., and the International Center of Photography. He also served as workshops director for the 25th anniversary of Les Rencontres Internationale de la Photographie in Arles, France. His work is held in many public and private collections in the United States and abroad, and for the past decade he has devoted himself to teaching expressive and experimental printmaking courses. Craig will be back in Camden and Rockport, Maine, for most of this summer, with a possible break in July to teach in Norway. * Larry Greenberg reported sadly that his former roommate and our classmate Roger “Bud” Stiles passed away in January in Englewood, Fla., where he was living in retirement. Bud’s obituary reported that he played first-chair clarinet at Colby, that he was a positive influence on the youth of Maine in his career in children’s services, and that he was “quiet and soft-spoken with a quick, dry wit, a sharp intellect, and strongly held opinions.” Larry and his wife, Susan (Doten) ’70, have settled into a bi-coastal lifestyle. Their two sons live in Seattle, where Larry and Susan bought a condominium three years ago. They also manage to retain a presence back East in their home of 32 years in Hastings-on-Hudson, N.Y. Susan’s bookkeeping business and Larry’s blog, www.currencythoughts.com, have proven very portable and conducive to their travels. * In late June Eddie Woodin, who holds one of the largest bird and wildlife art collections in the world, opened an exhibition of his collection at the John James Audubon Center in Phoenixville, Pa. The theme is the romantic bird-art era that lasted from the late 1890s through the mid-1930s, and the exhibition includes original paintings by Fuertes, Horsfall, Brooks, Sawyer, Jaques, Sutton, and Weber. * I received a message from Paul Ford ’72 regarding the death of Ann Arbor ’70. Ann had specifically requested that both our class and her own be notified. Ann was a senior litigation counsel in the criminal division of the Department of Justice in Washington until her retirement in 2002. * Pam and I recently had the opportunity to travel throughout the Baltic on the Queen Elizabeth, visiting several countries and spending two days in St. Petersburg, Russia. It proved to be a wonderful cultural and artistic adventure. * I very much enjoy hearing from all of you and hope many of you will send in news before we gather less than a year from now for our 45th reunion. Save the date for June 5-9, 2014, to return to Mayflower Hill for a memorable weekend. I hope you all have a wonderful summer and early fall.