Wed, Thurs, & Fri / 10 am to 6 pm
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Kay Tuttle has a BA in English from Elon University and a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. After teaching high school English, she worked for over 25 years at Duke Energy where she held positions in engineering, training, power quality, product management, and marketing/communications. Kay owns Two Redheads Photography. She was on the board of The Light Factory for more than six years. She also volunteered at TLF before accepting the position of executive director in March of 2015.
Director of Education
Wed, Thurs, & Fri / 10 am to 2 pm
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Laurie has been teaching for over ten years within public schools and community centers. She earned a BA in Visual Arts and Art History from Roger Williams University and an MA in Art and Art Education from Teachers College, Columbia University. Laurie began working with elementary school students with special needs in New York, as well as working at Westchester Community College in the color and black and white darkrooms. Laurie moved to Philadelphia where she worked in literacy and reading techniques for ELL students. While in Philadelphia, Laurie began teaching photography outreach programs, incorporating historical photography processes within local school curriculums. In 2010 Laurie moved to Charlotte to teach a darkroom class at The Light Factory and remained to work in the Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools and eventually work full time as education director for The Light Factory.
Director of Development
Wed & Thurs / 9 am to 3 pm
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Jenny is a graduate of the University of St. Andrews and has been a fundraising professional in the healthcare and arts industries for the last 15 years. She began her career in fundraising with the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Foundation. After moving to Charlotte, she was with Carolinas HealthCare Foundation for seven years supporting efforts in the adult cancer, cardiovascular, and neuroscience programs. For the past four years, Jenny has chaired the Light Factory’s major fundraising event, the Annual Art Auction, and remains a member of Carolyn Demeritt’s “Chemically Dependent” darkroom class when time allows.