Terri Gold is an award-winning photographer and artist based in New York. Known for her poetic imagery of rituals and rites of passage from all over the world, Terri has criss-crossed the globe with her cameras, lenses and dauntless spirit of adventure.
Her work is interpretive in nature and incorporates the use of infrared light and the invisible light spectrum. Terri's ongoing project “Still Points in a Turning World” is a lifelong series exploring vanishing cultures and traditions. Her other bodies of work include the World of Dance, the Spirit of the West and the Mermaids of Coney Island.
With winning images in the International Photography Awards, Prix de la Photographie, Paris (Px3), Humanity Photo Awards, and the prestigious Black and White Spider Awards, there has been growing interest in and exposure for Terri's fine art photographic prints, which are now held in several notable private collections. Most recently, her work was presented at The Annenberg Space for Photography in conjunction with the "No Strangers" exhibition.
Terri is represented by Getty Images, and has taught at the Cape Cod Photo Workshop. She is also a member of ASMP and the National Association of Photoshop Professionals. Her work has been published by Random House, Penguin Putnam, and Henry Holt, featured on numerous high profile photography blogs, and exhibited worldwide.