Ann Brandeis is a fine art photographer, and visual artist. Working with concepts and themes, she is interested in producing thought provoking images. Her intention, to create images that awaken visual reflections, which open up thoughts and dialogues.
Ann received an MFA from Pratt Institute, and has taught multiple levels of film and digital
Photography as well as the History of Photography at several notable Universities, including
Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester NY ( RIT), Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC,
NY (FIT). She currently teaches in the Fine Arts Department at Marymount Manhattan College,
(MMC) NYC, NY.
She is the author of Color Processing and Printing Prentice Hall, NY & Boston (out of print)
Her work has been exhibited in multiple galleries and institutions, including: Guild Hall, NY, Hewitt Gallery,
NY, Photo LA at the Santa Monica Civic Center, Worldwide Photography Biennial International Exhibition
Argentina Borges Cultural Center, Delaney Cooke Gallery, Sag Harbor NY, Hampton Road Gallery, South
Hampton, NY, Deshuk River Gallery, Bridgehampton, NY, Center for Fine Art Photography, Portland OR,
The Durst Gallery NY, Umbrella Arts Gallery, NY
Ann is the recipient of numerous awards, including multiple IPA, Lucie awards, PX3 Prix de la
Photographie, and Gala Awards.
Ann is interested in all correspondence, and may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org