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Pierce Rafferty
Pierce Rafferty, Director

About Pierce Rafferty

Following the release of The Atomic Cafe in 1982, Pierce Rafferty co-founded Petrified Films, an independent stock footage library located in the Meat Market District, New York City. From 1984 to 1994, Petrified's holdings grew exponentially to include various corporate in-house libraries, including those of Warner Bros. (pre-1951) and Columbia Pictures (pre-1965). In 1994, Petrified Films sold its collection to Image Bank, a company that was subsequently purchased by Getty Images. In 2002, Pierce moved to Fishers Island, NY, where he works as the director of the Henry L. Ferguson Museum, an institution with archaeological, natural history and history collections, that also holds and manages the island’s only Land Trust.

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