John Douglas Graham
Judy found her passion when she developed her first photograph at 8 years old. She taught photography to a diverse group of high school students while working as a special education teacher in New York.
She studied photography at the New York School for Social Research where much of her time was spent developing negatives and manipulating photographs in the darkroom. For two and a half decades, she created all of her black and white images in that manner.
Judy has traveled the world extensively; photographing nature on four continents. While living in New York, her work was shown at the Staten Island Cultural Center and the Life Of The City Exhibition at MOMA.
Today, Judy works with color, as well black and white, using the digital format. She is a member of the Sedona Visual Artists’ Coalition and participates in many shows.