Glenn Galbraith

Founder & President
Glenn Galbraith, President and founder of ROC Archive, holds a Certificate in Film and Media Preservation from the L. Jeffrey Selznick School of Film Preservation at the George Eastman Museum and a B.S. in Photography/Gallery Management from The College at Brockport, State University of New York. He completed his internship in the Schuyler C. Townson Research Library at the Rochester Museum and Science Center working with the Albert R. Stone Glass Plate Negative Collection.

Glenn has written, produced and directed short films that have been presented at the Ozark Film Festival in Arkansas and The Little Theater in Rochester, NY. Glenn was also a television news production director, editor and studio camera operator for Time Warner, CBS and NBC affiliates. He was an Assistant Program Director during the launch of in 1997 and is the great-great grandson of Rochester’s first newspaper staff photographer, Albert. R. Stone.