JUDY GUENTHER, photographer, enjoys capturing scenes from her world travels in a variety of styles from story-telling to discovering small details in ordinary scenes. Capturing the beauty of nature and the people of the world is a special joy for her.  She has participated in photography workshops with Alison Shaw, Jim Zuckerman, and has travelled with National Geography photographers Jay Dickman and Nevada Weir. She is a member of The Art League of Alexandria, Va., and the Northern Virginia Photographic Society where her work has been juried into several monthly shows. She has also had work selected for display in the Buchanan Arts Gallery at the Hylton Performing Arts Center, the Joseph Miller Center for Photography, Black Box Gallery in Portland, OR, Alexandria City Hall, and Multiple Exposures Gallery at the Torpedo Factory.



Judy strives to find something unique and eye-catching in her work. Sometimes the simplest patterns and designs speak the loudest for personal impact and impression. She loves to capture the faces of people in different cultures which reflect their personal life stories and emotions. She also enjoys “painting” a landscape through the natural colors and patterns made by Mother Nature. She enjoys travel and does most of her photographic work while traveling.