Natalie Robbins is an award-winning floral photographer whose work has been featured throughout New York and New Jersey. Her photographs were last exhibited at the Waltuch Gallery in Tenafly, NJ. She was an instructor of photography at Bergen Community College in Paramus. Natalie’s passion for photography has its roots in her career as an educator. Early on, Natalie understood the value and impact of images. With a Doctorate Degree in Education from Columbia University, Natalie taught professional educators the skills involved in making classroom environments an intellectually inspiring and humane place for children. Using her own photographs, slides, and video presentations, Natalie shed light on the unique aspects of instruction that enhance students’ ability to learn. The materials she developed were used in training workshops for school districts throughout New York State. Several years ago, Natalie decided to deepen her expertise in photography, developing her skills at the Westchester Photography Society, the International Center of Photography and the Westchester Arts Workshop.
Group Exhibitions: New Rochelle Library, Mt. Kisco Library, Mt. Pleasant Library, Mt. Vernon Library, Greenburg Nature Center, Rockefeller Nature Center Museum. Solo Exhibitions: Barnes and Noble, Edgewater, NJ; Rotunda Gallery, Jersey City; Atrium Gallery-Fort Lee Library; Wright Center of the New York Presbyterian Hospital, NYC; Arielle’s Gallery, Englewood, NJ; Larchmont Public Library; Flatiron Gallery, Peekskill, NY; Waltuch Gallery - JCC on the Palisades, Tenafly, NJ. Collections: Works are owned by private collectors in the United States and by the Wright Center, New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY.