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About the Author
Scott Pasfield is a New York-based portrait photographer. His work has appeared in numerous publications, from BlackBook to Fortune, Poz to Gotham. His clients include the Independent Film Channel, Time Inc., and the American Red Cross. With a background in architecture, Pasfield’s portraiture utilizes the interplay between space and subject to reveal new dimensions within each. Combining a practiced eye and a relaxed attitude with a determination to develop meaningful projects, Pasfield is intent on making a difference through art. Gay in America will travel as an exhibition, where Pasfield, who has taught photography seminars and workshops, will also speak to communities across the country about a work that defines and contextualizes contemporary gay culture. www.scottpasfield.com
TERRENCE MCNALLY is the recipient of four Tony Awards for his plays Love! Valour! Compassion! and Master Class and his books for the musicals Ragtime and Kiss of the Spider Woman. Among his other plays are Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune and Lips Together, Teeth Apart. In 2010 there was a celebration of his work at the John F. Kennedy Center For The Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. Most recently, he was presented with the Dramatists Guild Lifetime Achievement Award.
TOM KIRDAHY has dedicated his professional and personal life working for LGBT causes. Kirdahy spent nearly two decades as an attorney providing free legal services to people with HIV/AIDS, helping to create projects at Gay Men’s Health Crisis, Bronx AIDS Services, and more. He currently serves on the board of the NYC LGBT Center. Kirdahy lives on the east end of Long Island and in New York City with his spouse, the playwright Terrence McNally.