A serious amateur for many years, photography became Alan Strassman’s second career in 2008. His work has been widely exhibited and is owned in private, corporate and museum collections. Recent exhibitions include group shows at the Attleboro Museum, Griffin Museum, Danforth Museum, Cambridge Art Association, Panopticon Gallery and Connecticut Academy of Fine Art and solo exhibitions at The Harvard Graduate School of Education and The Newton (MA) Free Library. His publications include Signs of Life, an illustrated history of photography and New England Mill Towns, contemporary images from the birth place of the industrial revolution in America.
Alan has studied photography at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and the Maine Media Workshops. Also, a graduate of Princeton and the Harvard Business School, he is President Emeritus of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and Chairman Emeritus of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.