Photography by Amy Becker
Amy Becker is a fine art photographer who has exhibited her work at Madison's Griffin Gallery and at the Madison Public Library. She is currently a member of the Board of Directors of the Madison Arts & Culture Alliance (MACA), as well as the creative director/editor of the organization's calendar of events.
Along with Tim Hoey, her husband, she facilitates the Madison Public Library's popular "Tuesday Night at the Movies" series. She is also a digital lab monitor at the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey in Summit.
Presently, her work is in an ongoing exhibition at the Geraldine R. Dodge Gallery Group Exhibit at Fairleigh Dickinson University in Florham Park. Other Exhibitions include the Annual Juried Group Exhibit, Griffin Gallery, Madison, NJ, April 2006 and "Focused--A Single Moment in Time", Photography Group Exhibit, Griffin Gallery, Madison, NJ, March 2006.
Amy was born in New York City and grew up in Wayne, N.J. She and her husband moved to Madison in 1995. Ms. Becker's academic background includes a B.S. from Boston University School of Communications, and coursework at the School of Visual Arts of New York.
Her professional development includes photography workshops and classes at the International Center of Photography, Morris County College and Visual Arts Center of New Jersey. She has studied photography with a number of noted professionals including Joyce Tenneson, Jack Rezincki, Jeff Mermelstein, Harvey Stein and Susan Kleckner.