Faith Margolin is a photographer living in Concord, MA. She began her studies in photography at the DeCordova Museum in the 1970s while raising her young family. Borrowing her husbands Leica, she photographed children and nature, and discovered her passion for the art.
When she resumed her career as a clinical social worker, she resorted to point and shoot cameras, continuing to photograph at every opportunity. Some of her work has been marketed locally as greeting cards. Recently retired, widowed, with family grown, and having successfully battled a life threatening illness, she has returned to photography as an expression of the celebration of life.
Faith Margolin has studied at the French Foto Workshops in Provence, France, the Maine Photographic Workshops, and the Photography Atelier at the Radcliffe Institute at Harvard University.
Her photographic bodies of work include portraiture, nature, and travel.