Ellen Toby Slotnick is a graduate of the Rochester Institute of Technology with a BS degree in Photography. Ms. Slotnick’s work is in the permanent collection of the Newton Wellesley Hospital in Newton, Massachusetts and in private collections in the Boston area, California and Italy.
Her solo exhibition at the Gallery of Photographic Art in Tel Aviv, Israel showcased her Ireland portfolio. Ms. Slotnick has self-published two books of photography, “Adventures in Africa” which presents images from South Africa, Botswana and Zimbabwe and and “On the Road- The Adirondacks to Arizona” photographs from a drive across the United States.
Well traveled, her recent work concentrates on the country of Madagascar, where she spent two and a half weeks this past fall. She has continued her studies in workshops including those with John Paul Caponigro, on location in the central Maine coast and islands, and with George DeWolfe in the Mt. Whitney area of the Sierras and Death Valley in California.
She is a member of Boston’s Photographic Resource Center as well as the professional photographers’ organizations, Photographic Society of America and the American Society of Media Photographers.