William T. Davis: Staten Island naturalist, historian & co-founder of the Staten Island Museum
Staten Island’s History Now: William T. Davis (2010 DCA Premier Grantee)
The Staten Island Historical Society's 2010 Literacy Luncheon
“Ask the Historians Day” at New Dorp Moravian Church
The Staten Island Museums' grand opening of their Archives at Snug Harbor Cultural Center
Protectors of Pine Oak Woods Tribute Luncheon for Dick Buegler
Charles Rohlfs: American furniture designer and maker
Performance for The Clarence Historical Society to celebrate Town Park Clubhouse’s Centennial
Frederick Law Olmsted
Greenbelt Conservancy Gala
Vice-President Daniel D. Tompkins
The New York City Department of Parks and Recreation to assist celebrating the grand re-opening of Tompkinsville Park, which enhanced community awareness and their connection to the park.
Calvin Decker Van Name
Staten Island’s third borough president, as part of Fleet Week ceremony and celebration.
Staten Island’s first borough president, as part of Staten Island Borough Hall’s Centennial celebration.
Island Anthologies: A Living Tour
A full length living history play created, researched, written, developed and performed on site at an abandoned cemetery that promoted local history, attracted over 100 audience members, and increased community awareness of the non-profit group, Friends of Abandoned Cemeteries of Staten Island, and their mission.
Joseph Smith - Staten Island's History Now: William T. Davis at The Conference House.
“Joe has blended together character, substance & humor to sculpt a portrait that is alive & moving.”
- Ed Wiseman, Executive Director (2008-2017), Staten Island Historical Society/Historic Richmondtown
"Joseph Smith is truly passionate about the history & "soul" of his subject. He is true to his cause of faithfully and consummately bringing his subject matter and character back to life so the audience will feel as if they really KNEW the character in their time of existence.”
- Rob, Teacher