B.D. Colen is a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, reporter, editor and columnist, author, and photographer. B.D. has written for The Washington Post, Newsday, The Boston Globe, Time and The New England Journal of Medicine during a 26 year carreer. B.D. has been photographing for more than 60 years and describes himself as a "photographer of the mundane, of daily life lived". The photo above was taken by B.D. in Washington, DC in 1968. B. D. has also taught documentary photography for 16 years at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
B.D. now resides in London, Ontario and has established "The Dining Room School of Photography", teaching essentially the same course he taught at MIT. Normally classes are limited to 6 - 10 students and conducted in B.D. Dining Room. In these non-normal times classes will be offered to individual students via Zoom.