Susan Maldon Stregack and Rollin S. Fraser met in the darkroom at Montgomery College, where Mr. Fraser is an adjunct professor of photography. He has exhibited his work in many venues, including Brookside Nature Center and Brookside Gardens Visitors Center (solo show). Ms. Stregack has had a solo show of her Polaroid manipulations, “Sit. Enjoy the Flowers.” at the Spectrum Center. Both Mr. Fraser and Ms. Stregack have shown their work at Montgomery College, the Metropolitan Center for the Visual Arts, the Washington Gallery of Photography, and other venues. Ms. Stregack and Mr. Fraser have studied photography at Montgomery College, Maine Photographic Workshops, and the Palm Beach Photographic Center.
Ms. Stregack and Mr. Fraser are honored to have been photographers of “Portraits of Life,” an exhibit of the words and images of Montgomery County residents who are survivors of the Holocaust. The exhibit has traveled extensively, including two showings at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington, the BlackRock Center for the Arts, and the Mansion at Strathmore.
Ms. Stregack and Mr. Fraser exhibited their documentary photographs of Coney Island and the now closed Astroland at the Glenview Mansion in 2010. Their 2014 show at the Mansion, “Scene in San Miguel de Allende” was culled from over 5,000 images they captured during recent visits.
They hope that their photographs will, in some way, help achieve the goal of TIKKUN OLAM, healing the world.