Friends of BAPC

Rayko Photo Center: A community photographic facility with classes, gallery, rental darkrooms, digital lab, and studio.

SF Camerawork: founded in 1974, this organization promotes photography through its gallery exhibits, bookstore, lectures and other events, and publications.

Fifty Crows: a site for documentary photography.

The Nocturnes: Bay Area photographer Tim Baskerville’s Web site devoted to night photography, including an image gallery, FAQ, and information on workshops.

Amie Potsic: photographer and professor at the San Francisco Art Institute; Ms. Potsic has conducted guest critiques for BAPC.

Past Members

Frank Espada: Bay Area documentary photographer and educator, as well as a founding member of BAPC.

Corden Potts Gallery: Corden Potts Gallery is a partnership of photographers Liz Corden and Jan Potts, both of whom were founding members of BAPC. The gallery, located at 49 Geary Street, Suite 211, San Francisco, is dedicated to showing the work of outstanding emerging photographers.

icontact: the work of six Bay Area photographers, including current and former BAPC members Elizabeth Corden, Beth Kientzle, Jan Potts and Angelika Schilli.

Snapcity: the photographic journeys of photographer, Web designer and BAPC founding member, Emilie Valentine.

Beth Kientzle: a fine art photographer and one of the founding members of BAPC.

Last Avenue Studio is owned by Roxanne Worthington, a photographer and former member of BAPC, and offers photo-based classes in the greater San Francisco Bay Area.

Jacqueline Walters, a fine art photographer and one of the founding members of BAPC.

Gloria Upchurch, documentary photographer and former member of BAPC.

Alan George, fine art photographer and former member of BAPC.

Art Levit, fine art photographer and former member of BAPC.