Amy Becker is an award-winning, New Jersey-based fine art photographer. Her work has appeared in nationally recognized fine art photography galleries and exhibits, including SoHo Photo, Houston Center of Photography, and in Chicago’s Filter Photo Festival. She has also exhibited in regional museums, including the Morris Museum, Noyes Museum, and Monmouth Museum. She achieved notable recognition at the Hunterdon Art Museum, where she received a Juror’s Prize for best work in show, and at the Perkins Center for the Arts, where she won a Juror’s Award. Her work has also been included in an Onward Compé exhibition at Project Basho in Philadelphia, as well as shows in Minneapolis, Portland, Oregon, and Vermont.
Ms. Becker has exhibited in regional venues such as the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey in Summit, Therese A. Maloney Gallery/College of St. Elizabeth, Ben Shahn Gallery/William Paterson University. Her photos have also appeared at New York galleries such as the Ceres Gallery, Salmagundi Club, and Pen and Brush Club.
Ms. Becker is trained in both traditional and digital photography. Her formal background includes coursework at the International Center of Photography, as well as numerous workshops. A graduate of Boston University’s School of Communications, she enjoyed a successful career as an advertising copywriter before becoming a photographer.
In addition to her photography, Ms. Becker is a Studio Montclair board member, where she serves as a co-communication coordinator, and as chairperson for two exhibits per year. She is also a board member of the Madison Arts and Culture Alliance, where for three years she spearheaded the Madison Artists Studio Tour. To view more of her work and to see a detailed CV please visit.