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educator , photographer , museum program director

Alan Teller, museum program director, photographer, educator. Board member The Savoyaires, Evanston, 2004—2006.

Background

Teller, Alan was born on September 13, 1946 in New York City. Son of National Teller and Jeanette Zirlin.

Education

Bachelor in Anthropology, Queens College, Flushing, New York, 1967.

Career

Founder, director Inner-City Photo Workshop, Chicago, 1969—1974. Photographic researcher Field Museum Natural History, 1977—1980. Partner The Collected Image, Evanston, since 1978.

President Teller Madsen, Chicago, since 1988. Adjunct faculty Lake Forest College, Illinois, since 2004.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Photographic exhibitions, Union League Show, Sacred Art, others. Director: (films) In the Shadow of Memory (Cine Golden Eagle, 2000), It's Oklahoma (Bush in 30 Seconds finalist/YouTube most discussed video, 2006). Exhibit designer (exhibitions) The Mall of History/Lake County Museum (Best Exhibit award, 2002), An Uncommon Man/Herbert Hoover Presidential Library.

Membership

Board member The Savoyaires, Evanston, 2004—2006.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Swimming.

Connections

Married Jerri Zbiral, November 8, 1980. Children: Max Zbiral-Teller, Emma Zbiral-Teller.

father:
National Teller

mother:
Jeanette Zirlin

spouse:
Jerri Zbiral

child:
Max Zbiral-Teller

child:
Emma Zbiral-Teller