My career in photography began in 1976. I covered events for newspapers and non-profit organizations as well as photographing in the classical music world. My work includes assignments for The New York Times, The New York Post, The New York Philharmonic, The Juilliard School, The New School, United Jewish Appeal (UJA), Israel Bonds, and The Jewish Theological Seminary. My personal work includes photographs taken at The Gotham Book Mart, the United Nations, in Crown Heights, in and around NYC, in Tannersville, NY, and from my window view of the Hudson River. The majority of my photographs for UJA are in their archive at the Center for Jewish History.
My photographic education began at The Germain School of Photography and continued with study with Philippe Halsman, and Arnold Newman. I taught photography at LaGuardia High School and New York Institute of Technology.
I have been exhibiting my photographs since 1976 with solo shows at The Donnell Library, The Interchurch Center and The Riverdale Y; and group shows at many places including The National Arts Club, Soho Photo Gallery, and Cork Gallery; and internationally in Prague and Edinburgh.
My email address is: Bggeld@gmail.com
My Website is currently under construction. The address is: bonniegellergeld.com