Teresa Neptune

Teresa Neptune first picked up a camera as a teenager in Paris learning the basics of black-and-white photography and taking to the streets to capture Paris on film. This began her lifelong love of the medium and street photography.

In 2005 Neptune was awarded the Willard Van Dyke Grant. Her photographs are in the collections of The National Museum of Women in The Arts, Washington DC; The Palace of The Governors Museum; The State of New Mexico – Art in Public Places Program; The Historic Santa Fe Foundation, and more.

Neptune’s photography has been praised in Camera Arts, B&W Magazine, The New York Times, The Chicago Sun Times and other publications. She has a studio and gallery on Canyon Road in Santa Fe, New Mexico.