Andi Schreiber

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Andi Schreiber is a documentary artist based in suburban Westchester County, New York. As a photographer she is driven by a need to experience deeply what is here, right now. The camera enables her to vanish into moments before they are gone. Andi has a BFA from the University of Michigan and was a photojournalist in Boston area before moving to New York City to work as a magazine and newspaper picture editor. Her photographs have been featured on Lenscratch and in the Kiernan Gallery’s exhibition, "Family Dynamics." She was an award recipient in PHOTO/arts Magazine’s book and online exhibition, My Own Wilderness. Andi's self-published books Lush Light and WonderLust AT•A•GLANCE were awarded Honorable Mention in Blurb’s Photography Book Now competition in 2010 and 2011.

Andi Schreiber, A Sister’s Touch
The Collection
A Sister's Touch

Boca Raton, 2012

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