George Slade was the curator and programs manager at Photographic Resource Center in 2010 and 2011. In addition to his organized exhibitions, Slade led the editorial revision of the PRC’s magazine, Loupe; revival of NEO’s monthly online portfolios; creation of the “Nights”; and the reorganization of the Aaron Siskind Library. He now lives in Minnesota, where he is the founder and executive director of the non-profit TC Photo. Prior to his arrival in Boston, George held leadership positions at the Minnesota Center for Photography, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, and the McKnight Foundation Photography Fellowships Program. Holding a BA in American Studies from Yale University, he earned his MA in Organizational Leadership from St. Catherine University in 2014. Slade continues to write extensively on photography, including regular contributions to Black & White magazine and photo-eye books online. He is also something of an Instagram addict; you may find him there @rephotographica.