Terri Gold Awarded Honorable Mention in Neutral Density Awards & Photography Gala Awards

This month I was happy to receive Honorable Mentions in the Neutral Density Photography Awards as well as the Photography Gala Awards with some of my favorite images from the Coney Island Mermaid Parade.

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I have been photographing the Parade for more than 20 years, and it never disappoints.  It is an honor to continue to receive recognition with images from one of my favorite New York City events.

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The highly acclaimed ND AWARDS is a melting pot of some of the world’s most outstanding and talented souls in the field of photography. The Gala Awards, with the sponsorship of the Biennial of Fine Art & Documentary Photography, celebrate women photographers of all levels.

I am always thrilled to be honored alongside so many wonderful photographers from all around the world.

See more of my awards and press on my work here.

Terri Gold World Imagery Publishes New Website

I am very excited to announce that my new website www.terrigoldworldimagery.com, which has been in the works for a few weeks, is ready for visitors!

The new site features a large collection of my images from years past all the way to the most recent, including my ongoing tribal series “Still Points in a Turning World,” images both old and new from the Mermaid Parade of Coney Island, some of my dance photography, and more.  You will also find a page with information about my solo exhibition of “Still Points in a Turning World,” and links to press my work has received and awards it has garnered.

Last but not least, the new site provides all the information you need to acquire original, signed prints of my work.  I am very happy to share this news, and my website, with you.  Please feel welcome to visit and inquire about anything of interest.

Terri Gold Photographs 25th Anniversary Season of the Buglisi Dance Theatre

Terri Gold Photographs 25th Anniversary Season of the Buglisi Dance Theatre

I had a wonderful time attending and photographing the fabulous performances and gala for Buglisi Dance Theatre‘s 25th Anniversary Season.  I have been photographing the Buglisi dancers for many years and am always amazed at their talent and grace.

 

Bare to the Wall Suite performed by So Young An, Ari Mayzick, Blakeley White-McGuire, Abdiel Jacobsen, Anne O’Donnell, and Lloyd Knight

  

Requiem performed by Marie Zvosec, Jessica Higgins, Jessica Sgambelluri, Laura Careless, and Ashley Merker

Moss #5 Variation and Dialogues on What Makes Us Human performed by Blakeley White-McGuire, Jessica Higgins, Jessica Sgambelluri, Stephanie Van Dooren-Eshkenazi, Lara Careless, and Ashley Merker

Visit my website to see more images from the 25th Anniversary Season, as well as more images from Buglisi Dance Theatre performances over the years.

 

Terri Gold featured in exhibition at Umbrella Arts Gallery in NYC

I’m thrilled to be included along with many great artists in the exhibition Let There Be Light (And Shadow), juried by my mentor in photography, Harvey Stein.  Join me at the opening next Thursday, February 1st from 6-8PM at Umbrella Arts Gallery.

Umbrella Arts, 317 East 9th St

Terri Gold presents “Still Points in a Turning World” at Professional Women Photographers’ Monthly Meeting

I’m honored to give a talk at Professional Women Photographers (PWP) monthly meeting tomorrow, Wednesday, November 8th.  I will be showing and discussing work from my travels in Asia and Africa throughout the years…

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See here for detailed directions to the Rose Building.

Infrared: The Invisible Made Visible Exhibit Photo Place Gallery

I am very excited to be part of Infrared: The Invisible Made Visible exhibition at Photoplace Gallery in Middlebury, VT.

The exhibition will take place from November 8 – December 2.

“Photographing in the non-visible spectrum is both magically haunting and unpredictable. It requires great technical understanding of both capture and post-production. And it takes a great deal of understanding and practice of the craft as well as how the photographer’s specific equipment will capture and interpret reality. Successful IR imagery demands a substantial expertise to master its technical and the aesthetic aspects…” – Laurie Klein, Juror