Ny, New York
With 25 years of experience in professional school photography, Richard Repetti owns and serves as president of New York City-based Class Act Photographers. Under his leadership, the company’s 60 employees travel to public schools in and around New York City to photograph students in the graduating class, as well as take photo images for high school athletics programs. Earlier in his career, Richard Repetti worked as a photography manager for school photography company Jostens, where he trained staff members and scheduled photographers and assistants for assignments at public schools throughout New York City.
Along with his career in school photography, Mr. Repetti enjoys photographing wild animals, such as bears, deer, and birds, in the Big Indian Wilderness Area forest preserve in the Catskill Mountains. Also an avid fisher and member of the West Coast Fishing Club, he has taken trips with the organization to fish off the coast of Ketchikan, Alaska, and around the Pearl Islands in the Gulf of Panama, among other destinations.
In service to those suffering from cancer and other terminal illnesses, Richard Repetti volunteers at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. He also contributes to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.