Judith Joy Ross

Revered for her intuitive approach, Judith Joy Ross is an American portrait photographer whose work primarily focuses on ordinary American people – particularly people in eastern Pennsylvania where she was born and raised.

Described by Rebecca Bengal as ‘lightning encounters’, Judith’s photographs often depict fleeting moments of profound connection with her subjects. Her idiosyncratic printing process – placing a negative directly onto photographic paper, and then exposing it to sunlight – enhances the individualism of the people she photographs.

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