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Reginald Marsh of the Class of 1916 honed his natural talents at the Yale School of Fine Art before beginning a celebrated career as an illustrator and reporter for The Daily News, The New Yorker, Esquire, Fortune and Life magazines.
Dr. Alan D’Andrea ’74, director of the Center for DNA Damage and Repair at Boston’s Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, is leading the fight against ovarian cancer by overseeing the country’s first-ever ovarian cancer research “Dream Team.”
Brocq Maxey ’09 spent his early years on an island in the Bahamas, a background that forged his bond with the sea.
Using a subtle color palette to depict interior and exterior scenes, Cole Carothers ’67 often features literal windows of opportunity in his paintings, linking the past to the present.
Jasper Hill Farm in Greensboro, Vermont, may have gained notoriety as the site of one of the nation’s best artisan cheese producers, but to Victoria Von Hessert ’91 and her husband, Andy Kehler, it’s also a wonderful place to call home.
When Jordan Kantor ’90 was a student at Lawrenceville he took art history classes at Princeton. It was there that his appreciation of the intrinsic link between artists past and present was born.
Dating back to the days when he was a member of Lawrenceville’s Photography Club, Steve Shook ’88 has always had a fascination for life behind the lens.
Bronston Jones ’88 lives by the motto, “Tall or small, live larger than life!” The 6’7” 225-pound gentle giant coined the phrase when he decided to leave his post at an advertising agency to pursue his dream of stand-up comedy full time. Pulling punchlines from headlines, Jones is both raw and relevant, producing material that is anything but routine.
William Matthews ’68 began painting landscapes as a child. Known for his iconic images of cowboys and the beauty of the American West, he prides himself on capturing his surroundings “like a journalist” with “nonjudgmental objectivity.”
When members of the Smith Family sat down to choose their own adventure this summer, they wanted it to benefit others too. So on June 11, 2016, Conor ’06, Kelsea ’09 and Rick Smith P ’06 ’09 ’13 ’16 began a six-week bicycle ride across America to benefit Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation and its efforts to eradicate childhood cancer.