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Imaging Services Staff

Terrance D'Ambrosio

Terrance D'Ambrosio, Director of Imaging Services

Terrance D’Ambrosio has worked in the field of digital imaging and visual resources since 2007. Terrance confers with NEDCC’s clients to evaluate their collections and develop digital imaging proposals and specifications, and works closely with the Center’s paper and book conservation laboratories on projects that require both conservation treatment and digital imaging. He sets standards for quality control and workflow in NEDCC’s Digital Imaging department, and maintains best practices for digital capture and preservation. He is a graduate of Vassar College with a degree in Art History, and previously managed the Digital Imaging Unit of the New York Public Library.
Joyall_D David Joyall, Senior Collections Photographer
David Joyall joined NEDCC in 1986 when traditional darkroom methods for duplicating historic film and glass plate negative collections were the standard.  He now specializes in the digitization of oversize materials, and has extensive experience in the handling of rare and fragile collections materials. David has also been involved with NEDCC’s School for Scanning, Persistence of Memory, and Digital Directions conferences, has presented at the Smithsonian Museum of American History and the National Archives, and teaches workshops on digitization of photographic collections. David has a degree in Photography from the New England School of Photography.

Reina Jaye, Associate Collections Photographer
Reina Uhler earned a Master’s degree with an archives concentration at Simmons GLIS in Boston, and has worked with archival collections as an intern at the Concord Free Library in Concord, MA and Project SAVE Armenian Photograph Archives in Watertown, MA. Reina has also had experience in the digitization of cultural heritage materials at the Schlesinger Library at Harvard University and the Digital Ark in Providence, RI. She is a member of the Society of American Archivists and her special interests include medium format photography and traditional black and white printing.

Tim Gurczak

Tim Gurczak, Collections Photographer

Tim Gurczak worked as a commercial photographer for over nine years and has photographed a wide variety of artifacts and artworks for internationally prominent auction catalogs. His passion for preservation is central to his work at NEDCC as well as in his role as a board member of the Amesbury Carriage Museum in Amesbury, Massachusetts. He is a member of the American Institute for Conservation of Art and Historic Works and the Society of American Archivists. He is a graduate of Keene State College with a B.A. in Film Production.



Amelia Murphy, Collections Photographer

Amelia earned a Bachelor of Arts in History with a minor in Anthropology at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She is currently a  museum studies candidate at Tufts University. Amelia previously served as the Imaging Services Intern at NEDCC, and has also interned at the New Hampshire Boat Museum in Wolfeboro Fall, NH and the Knights of Columbus Museum in New Haven, CT.


Jenna Petruzziello, Collections Photographer

Jenna holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography from the College of Visual and Performing Arts at Syracuse University. She has experience working as Senior Production Team Supervisor, providing digitization services for private and family collections. Her special interests include communicating ideas through visual media and working hands-on with early photographic materials.

Theo Lin

Theo Lin, Imaging Services Intern

Theo Lin earned a Bachelor of Arts in History at Oberlin College. He recently served as an Education Intern at Mystic Seaport:The Museum of America and the Sea, where he helped create exhibits and presentations and learned about the conservation and digitization of the Rosenfeld photography collection. Theo is an emerging museum professional with primary interests in historical research, archival studies, and conservation.