Margo Moss, award winning photographer, world-traveler, teacher, and lecturer is well known in the tri state area. She was on the faculty of The New School in New York City for 18 years, and has created and originated the children's photography program at the Newark Museum. Widely published and exhibited, her photographs hang in many private and public collections.
Margo Moss has a Master's Degree from NYU and a post-master's certification as a Learning Disabilities Teacher Consultant. She is the past founder of and director of Creative Camps, Inc., a non-profit school for the learning disabled child.
Click here for a resume. Margo welcomes new projects and ideas from photographers and educators.
Margo ran regular classes "Summer in NYC" and "Shadows, Textures, Reflections" at The New School, providing 'in the field' experience in New York City. Other workshops are available here.
Margo is a regular world traveller and has many photographs and memories from these trips. For 3 weeks in January 2005, Margo Moss was in Copán Ruinas, Honduras, organizing and teaching photography skills to 28 enthusiastic students, all of whom live in Copan. More details here