Michael Light '81 and his publisher, Radius Books, recently hosted a party celebrating the publication of his latest photography/art book,
Ben Tripp '84 has just published "Rise Again: Below Zero," his second novel of a two-part apocalyptic zombie series for Gallery Books, an imprint at Simon Schuster Publishing. Of the book, Publisher's Weekly said: "This sequel to "Rise Again," the author, Ben Tripp, balances kinetically choreographed scenes of zombie carnage with studies of well-drawn characters and enough political intrigue to give his tale more gravity and grounding than most zombie gore feasts."
We are deeply saddened to report that Alfred B. Connable, age 82, Dublin School Class of 1948, died peacefully on December 7, 2013 at home. Al was a loyal, engaged and wonderfully witty alumnus who was just awarded this Fall the Rick Harding ’66 Outstanding Class Agent Award.
Al is survived by his wife, Roma Connable, and his son Benjamin Connable, daughter-in-law Rebecca Morrissey and two grandsons Aram and Charlie. His late son Joel Connable died in 2012. A memorial service will be announced at a later date.
October 30 – December 21, 2013
Danziger Gallery is pleased to inaugurate it’s representation of Michael Light with a solo show and survey of his aerial photographs from 2000 to the present.
Michael Light was born in 1963. The pre-eminent aerial photographer of his generation, he is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship for photography and his work is in the collections of major museums from SF MoMA to the Victoria and Albert. Prior to taking up aerial photography, Light conceived of and put together the book Full Moon - the first look at NASA photography as fine art - and a project which was published in multiple editions selling several hundred thousand copies around the world.
Erika Rogers, Alumni & Development Director and Yijie Chen, Dublin School World Language Teacher, recently returned for a 10 day trip to visit 15 of our Chinese and Korean families. She also visited with several alumni including Joon Ho Oh ’12, and Hye Jung Eun ’06, Yunfan Ge ’12, and Xing Xiong ’12.
Alumnus Cliff Pafford ’75 visited Dublin science classes this spring with colleague John Becker to talk about careers and new technologies in materials science. Cliff is the marketing manager for Creative Materials Limited in Palmer, MA, a company that designs and manufactures technologically advanced coatings and building materials that are used for the automotive, building and construction industries, barrier coatings, waterproofing and more – all using green technology.
On Friday, April 20, Alumnus Stu Laughlin ’49 hosted over sixty alumni, parents and friends at the Brae Burn, Country Club in West Newton, MA.
Alumni in attendance ranged from the Class of 1937-2009, including: Tom Rockwell ’37, Dave Brown ’53, Charles Rathbone ’53, Tom Jackson ’58, Cliff Pafford ’75, Jay Snyder ’76, Lars Linden ’88, Richard Maher ’92, Mike Mullins ’93, Meghan Foucher ’99, Molly Phillips-Hungerford ’00, John Huynh ’08, Spenser Horgan ’09 and Nicole Smith ’09.
Over thirty-two Dublin School parents and alumni joined Brad Bates, Michelle Lange, Erika Rogers and Jill Hutchins for a Dublin School Whistle Stop gathering in New York City at the Croton Reservoir Tavern near Times Square on Thursday, January 12, 2012.
Alumni in attendance spanned six decades, 1948 - 2008, and included Al Connable '48, Charles Moizeau '50, Maurice Willoughby '84, Sean Sidebottom '86, Richard Seo '99, Rama Jaima '02, Shatema Reedy '02 and Alex Farrell '08. Thanks to the hard work of alumna Aryna Battle '03, our co-host for the event, there were lots of alumni from 2003-2004, including Jonathan Connell '03, Christine Noel '03, Tareva John '03, Richada Grant '04 and Lauren Goodwin '04.