has spent 40 yrs. doing theatrical, public relations & travel photography
assignments in America, Great Britain, France & Russia. Her images
have been published & exhibited worldwide.
Nancy began by snapping Sonny & Cher in 1965 with her mum’s
box brownie. A former portrait painter & self-taught photographer,
she honed her craft by doing rehearsal stills at Long Wharf Theatre,
in New Haven, CT. In 1978, she landed her 1st job as House photographer
for the St. Nicholas Theatre in Chicago, with David Mamet as Playwright-in-Residence;
followed by serving as Staff photographer for John Davidson’s
- Singer's Summer Camp, on Catalina Island.
In 1980, Nancy moved to Hollywood to work as House photographer for
the Beverly Theatre, in Beverly Hills, which launched her career in
the music industry. In addition to working on HBO & studio projects
with The Manhattan Transfer, Willie Dixon, John Mayall, Tina Turner
and Gallagher. Nancy spent a decade working as personal photographer
for Wolfman Jack & KRLA Radio.
From 1987-2000, Nancy served as the Director of Women In Photography
and remains a Charter Member.
Nancy moved to Seattle in 1990 where she continues to accept photo assignments.
WIPI News: Shooting Jazz, Archive #6
University Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Western Americana
Archive CHARTER GALLERY 2015-2016
It's Magical, Images of Sunrises, Sunsets & Rainbows, 1st Place
PhotoLA photola Footwear Digital Presentation
2012 Annual Honorable Mention
2009, Fresh M.I.L.K Ccompetition winner - 35,000 entries. 150 winners