All Ravens Run teachers are professional artists or educators who currently work in their fields. Our experienced staff teaches and mentors students at all levels. They are committed to guiding students through a creative experience that develops their abilities and encourages their personal expression.


Ceramic Artist and Landscape Painter

Terri has been involved with art her entire life. She has loved teaching children since her first summer job as an arts and crafts counselor (over thirty years ago!) Terri studied at Queens College in New York and more recently at The Clay Studio in Philadelphia. She was the director and participating artist of Bucks AIR, the artist-in-residence program at Council Rock, New Hope-Solebury and other local school districts. Terri has created over 60 large-scale mosaic murals in schools, libraries & synagogues. Over the years she has run the art programs at Children’s Seashore House, Ramapo Anchorage Camp, Rimon Jewish Day School, and the kindergarten art programs at Sol Feinstone Elementary School and Shir Ami Early Learning Center.  This will be Terri’s 17th year directing Ravens Run.
See Terri’s mosaics on Facebook!

Katie Reid


Katie Reid  graduated with honors from Rider University with a Bachelors of Arts in Dance and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. She plans on becoming a dance movement therapist. She began dancing at the age of 5 and since then has been able to dive into many different styles of dance including tap, jazz, ballet, hip hop, contemporary and modern. She has worked in various different dance teaching jobs in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania but is currently teaching at Contempro Dance Theatre in Fairless Hills PA. For seven years she worked as a dancer in the entertainment department at Sesame Place in Bucks County PA. She has worked at Raven’s Run since 2017 and truly loves it! In the meantime she keeps herself immersed in the dance world and tries to train as much as she can both at Rider and Princeton Ballet School. She has performed in and choreographed for multiple shows with the Rider Dance Ensemble as well as the Dance Department’s Rider Dances Production. She has also performed as a member of Luminarium Dance Company of Boston’s Satellite company in New Jersey.

Allison Farrell

ceramics teacher

Allison Farrell has been a member of the Ravens Run family since the summer of 2008. She has been an art teacher for over 10 years, and currently teaches elementary art in the Central Bucks School District. When making her own art Allison enjoys printmaking, drawing, needle felting, and especially CLAY! Her favorite things about Ravens Run are the tight knit community among campers and staff, sharing our local art community with campers and getting messy in the Clay Shack. Allison lives in Lambertville with her husband and 3 cats. You might see her tubing down the Delaware on a Saturday in the summer, or riding her bike to camp in the morning.

Kristina Gibb D’Amico

Photography & Printmaking TEACHER

Kristina has been a professional photographer since the year 2000, when she got her first paying gig right out of high school. She went on to study photography at Syracuse University for her BFA and School of Visual Arts for her MFA. Shas lived in the area since 2018 when she moved with her family from New York. She has loved photographing her community and the natural surroundings for the last 3 years. She recently completed a porch portrait photography project during lockdown, and has been offering outdoor yearbook photos and outdoor professional headshots since the month of January due to covid protocols. She’s also taught a handful of street photography and nature photography classes to tweens and teens in the area through her involvement with Mosaic Honey Hollow Farm in Solebury. Kristina is excited to teach photography and printmaking this summer at Raven’s Run.

 Megan Feeley

ceramics TEACHER

Meghan is a 2021 graduate from The College of New Jersey with a BFA in art education.  She has been making art from the moment she could pick up a pencil and hasn’t stopped!  Some of her favorite types of artmaking is painting, weaving, ceramics and collage! Some of her other hobbies aside from art are swimming and taking care of her pets, a fish and a bird!  You will be able to find Meghan in the clay shack at Ravens Run this summer!

Emma Stuart

Painting TEACHER
Emma Stuart has been making art and taking art classes since she was 5 years old. She graduated from Penn State with a BFA in Drawing & Painting, and a BA in Advertising. She then went to Arcadia University to earn her Art K-12 teaching certification and a Masters in Art Education. She currently teaches elementary art in the Council Rock School District and loves sharing her passion for art with her students. When making her own art, painting is her greatest love, but she also enjoys drawing, printmaking and collage. She also loves to read and play with her two corgis. She is looking forward to a summer of creativity and fun at Ravens Run! 

Kelli Patrick


Hello, my name is Kelli Patrick and I’ve just graduated from Kutztown University with my degree in Art Education! I love ceramics, painting, and photography and it is bittersweet to be leaving the studios here at Kutztown, however, I am so excited to be joining the community here at Ravens Run! Every since a young age, I have had a passion for creating and exploring the arts, now I feel honored to be able to share my joy of art making with this group of learners! I can’t wait to meet everybody and see what this summer brings.

Kaitlyn Fabiani

Sculptor Teacher

Hello! My name is Kaitlyn Fabiani and I am now a recent graduate from Penn State Abington with my degree in Art! I love to paint, draw, ceramics, and sculpt! My hobbies also include reading, baking, and puzzles. I’m so excited to join the faculty here this summer at Ravens Run! Since I was young I’ve always had a high passion for using all art mediums, and still continue to push myself and learn more each and everyday! I can’t wait to explore my excitement further with everybody this summer!


Ravens Run counselors are bright, creative and caring high school and college students who love working with children. Many are planning careers in the arts and/or teaching fields.