Award-winning photographer, Teresa Neptune first picked up the camera as a teenager living in Paris beginning a lifelong love of black-and-white photography. Her classic, contemplative photographs have been reviewed in B&W Magazine, CameraArts and the New York Times wrote up her Flooded Desert exhibition as the best in Santa Fe last year (2007).
Her photographs are in the permanent collections of The Museum for Women in the Arts, Washington, DC, The State of NM - Art in Public Places, The Historic Santa Fe Foundation and US Equities, among others. She is the recipient of the Willard Van Dyke Grant in Photography awarded to her in 2005.
Neptune says "My work is basically street photography even when the street becomes a trail or disappears altogether. My joy is to capture fleeting relationships that exist for a moment and are gone forever."