Program Director, Ethnographer, Media Producer
Ned Castle coordinates our Vision & Voice Gallery and Workspace program and is deeply involved in our research, media production, and public programming. His photographic work focuses on documentary and ethnographic subject matter and including, In Their Own Words, a collection of stories from refugees resettled in Vermont, Indigenous Expressions, comprising portraits of Native Peoples from the Lake Champlain Basin, and most recently the HIGHLOW Project, photographs and audio portraits from at-risk youth living across Vermont.
Ned is also a film-maker and has produced numerous short films including Life is the School, a collaborative documentary produced in partnership with the students, teachers, and staff of the North Branch School.
Ned attended photography school in Florence, Italy and New York City, and is a graduate of Williams College, where he majored in Biology and Psychology. He studied digital photography at the School of Visual Arts in New York City.