Bruno Chalifour has an MFA (photography) from SUNY Buffalo (2001) and a PhD from Université de Lyon 2—thesis: "The Landscape of American Landscape Photography, 1960-1990”— (2019). He is a fine-art photographer who has exhibited for the past 30 years (including the George Eastman House), a freelance photojournalist and an art critic (published in the USA, the UK, France, Canada, and Australia), a curator, a photo consultant, and a lecturer. He was the editor of Afterimage magazine (2002-2005). In 2014-15 he ran the Spectrum Gallery at Lumière Photo (Rochester, NY). Bruno has taught photography at undergraduate and graduate level (University of Rochester, SUNY Buffalo ((History of Photography and Landscape Photography)), SUNY Brockport/Visual Studies Workshop), and currently at Empire State College. He has designed and taught numerous workshops in the USA (including Community Darkroom), and France (including for the Rencontres d’Arles). He has been a member of the Society for Photography Education since 1999.