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Ode to Georgia

 

 

 



Back Canal

 

 

 



Telluride Sepia

 

 

 

Along the Merced

 

 

 



Fence Dance

 

 

 



Light & Shadows

 

 

 



Boat House

 

 

 



Quiet Trio

 

 

MARGO TAUSSIG PINKERTON

Dubbed The Barefoot Contessa by a friend in 1970, Margo Taussig Pinkerton has been a professional photographer traveling the world since 1982. Her work has been published in National Geographic Traveler, Caribbean Travel & Life, GEO, and a host of other international journals, calendars, and coffee-table books. She also has a long list of corporate clients to her credit.

Before that, Margo had an eclectic career that, according to several of her stock agencies, contributed to her unique eye and approach to people and photography.

With awards and honorable mentions, including Epson International Photographic Pano Awards, Black and White Spider Awards, and our own Women in Photography (WIPI), Margo’s photographs have been widely seen in juried shows, solo exhibitions, galleries, and museums and are in collections worldwide.

Now retired from commercial work, Margo runs Barefoot Contessa Photo Adventures in the US and overseas with her husband, fellow photographer Arnold “Arnie” Zann who started out with LIFE and Time, among many other clients. She and her husband are also concentrating more on their fine art photography.

Coming from a many-generation, artistic family, Margo strives for passion and personal input in a photograph. Valuing aesthetics over techno-speak, she loves to impart her decades of experiences and love for photography to her workshop participants.

UPDATE - JULY 2015 - MARCH 2016

Margo is proud to be part of the Beinecke Archives for WIPI at Yale. Currently, she is working on several projects, including “The Cuba We Know” (working title) with her husband and fellow photographer in which they avoid the cliché and staged shots so often seen from the amazing island nation. Instead, they are focusing on the daily lives of the resilient Cuban people. Meanwhile, a newer member of WIPI (2009 or 2010), she has had a number of images accepted into various exhibits, including the recent “i AM woman … i AM digital.”

Women In Photography International Charter Member


Margo Taussig Pinkerton

Hillsborough, North Carolina
TBC@BCphotoadventures.com
www.BCphotoadventures.com

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Update Biography Final, February 2016- WIPI group library submission

 




Juror: Clive Waring, Editor/Silvershotz
Interactive Magazine of International Contemporary Photography - winning images:
WIPI's final online exhibition before transfer to the Beinecke

 

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