Margeaux Walter is a still life photographer with over 10 years experience. Born in Seattle, Washington, she lives and works in New York City. She studied at Tisch School of the Arts at NYU (BFA), and Hunter College (MFA). As both a commercial and fine art photographer, she has a diverse and creative sensibility... and she likes to wear a lot of wigs.
Her fine art photography has been exhibited in galleries and museums around the country, including Winston Wachter Fine Art in New York, Pentimenti Gallery in Philadelphia, the Griffin Museum in Boston, MOCA in LA, The Center for Photography in Woodstock, and the Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts. In 2009 and 2016, the Magenta Foundation chose her as a top emerging photographer in the United States. Her series, Sign Language has received multiple honors from the New York Times, Photolucida, Prix de la Photographie Paris, International Photography Awards, Life Framer, Moscow International Photography Awards, Prix de la Photographie Paris, and other organizations (2015-2017). She has attended artist in residence programs at Red Gate Gallery in Beijing, China (2011), Montalvo Arts Center in Saratoga, CA (2012), Marble House Project in Dorset, VT (2015), MacDowell Colony (2017), and Yaddo (2018). Her work has been reviewed in several magazines and newspapers including The New York Times, The Seattle Times, The Boston Globe, The New York Post, Flavorwire and Scene Magazine.
Her fine art photography can be viewed at www.margeauxwalter.com
NYTimes Feature: http://lens.blogs.nytimes.com