Title: Photography Instructor
Bette Marshall, currently a resident ofSouth Florida, has been a portrait photographer with a studio in New York for over 25 years. Her portraits of actors, musicians, artists and corporate leaders have appeared in many international publications, as well as CD Covers and Annual Reports.
“A friend told me about a class in Portraiture at The New School in New York, taught by the greatphotographer, Philippe Halsman. I feel like aposter child for the New School. It changed my life. That was 1978. By 1980 I found myself covering the violent elections in Jamaica. This led to a relationship with the Photo Agency, Gamma/Liaison International and over the next 10 years with Gamma I evolved from photojournalism to photographing musicians, actors, artists, executives and CD covers, which is what I have concentrated on ever since. ”
Bette’s photography has been exhibited in group shows at Nikon House and the Neikrug Gallery in New York and is represented in the Permanent Collectionof the Brooklyn Museum.