A native of New York City, Guy Greenberg graduated the New School for Public Engagement this spring. As a BA student, he spent time studying anthropology, clinical psychology, and methods for documentation. Previous to returning to school, Guy served for five years as a librarian assistant, curating and cataloging the 40,000+ video collection for Port Washington Public Library. His ongoing ritual of photographing New York and the personal project of recording his family’s oral histories keep the idea of quitting his day job and surrounding himself with oral history alive in his mind. With USOA Guy’s greatest interest is access and getting the narratives of AIDS activists heard.