Ellen Feldman’s street photography and long-term projects reflect her background in film studies—in the primacy of physical gesture and frozen motion, movement cut by the frame, bold color, and the suggestion of narrative.
Her photographs have appeared in recent solo exhibits at the French Cultural Center, Boston, MA, the Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, MA (satellite galleries), and the Davis Orton Gallery, Hudson, NY; they are currently in the Boston Drawing Project, Carroll and Sons Gallery, Boston, MA. Her photographs were also featured in Women 360, South Shore Art Center, Cohasset, MA, and have been shown in many juried group exhibits, most recently the Griffin Museum of Photography's 21st Annual Juried Show (showing an Urban Zip).
Feldman has self-published a photo/comic book of a dancer incorporated into a Fantastic Four comic: "The Dancer as the Invisible Girl,” and two books of street photos: "Les Mystères de Paris/Paris Mysteries" and "A Week in Prague: Wall People/Street People.”
She is the Photography Editor of the Women’s Review of Books, published by Wellesley College, and holds a Ph.D. in Cinema Studies from New York University.