About the Gallery

The EXPRESSIONS Gallery, located on Cape Cod in Chatham Center at 578 Main St., will showcase the coastal photography of Steven Koppel and serve as headquarters for the EDI Institute. EXPRESSIONS will be opening in spring, 2021.

This gallery will embody much of what Steve is passionate about, providing opportunities to witness:
  • Expressions of Steve’s experiences on the tidal flats and beaches of Cape Cod
  • Expressions of the beauty of Cape Cod’s natural resources, and the importance of their preservation and protection
  • Expressions of healing and resilience through the work of the EDI Institute
EXPRESSIONS will also be home for Steve’s retreats and seminars, a venue for educational programs focused on photography and the environment, and a place where photographers enrolled in Steve’s mentorship program can exhibit their work.

A portion of EXPRESSIONS sales will be donated to the EDI Institute and the Association to Preserve Cape Cod.

About the Team

Olivia Spring is the VP of Partner Services for the EDI Institute and is thrilled to also be taking on the role of Director of Gallery and EDI Services with the EXPRESSIONS Gallery. Olivia received her BA from Skidmore College, where she studied Neuroscience, Spanish, and Art. Since graduating, Olivia has taken on a wide array of responsibilities with EDI, including leading training efforts, client outreach, marketing, and design. Olivia strives to take a creative approach in all areas of her life, and she looks forward to applying her artistic aptitude to the EXPRESSIONS Gallery.

Daniel Reynolds is leading design efforts with the EXPRESSIONS Gallery team to create a unique customer experience that is fully synergistic with the gallery’s mission. Daniel graduated from Rhode Island School of Design with dual degrees in Architecture and Fine Arts. Daniel’s work has received much critical acclaim and has been featured in numerous publications including Traditional Home, Maine Home, The Boston Globe, The Boston Herald, Boston Magazine, The Boston Phoenix, The Beacon Hill Times, The Improper Bostonian, The South End News, and Stuff Magazine.