Natalie Fay Green is an black and white editorial photographer examining social norms and expectations in the course of her daily life in the Washington, D.C. area. Her work is in the style of straight photography and is characterized by its luminosity, juxtaposition, symbolism, and meaningful composition. Her recent credits include shows at the Center for Fine Art Photography, the PhotoPlace Gallery, the Dark Room Gallery, the Pennsylvania Center for Photography, the Barrett Art Center, the Hera Gallery, the D.C. Historical Society, and the A. Smith Gallery. Her work has also been shown in publications such as Don’t Take Pictures and F-Stop Magazine. She recently received Honorable Mention in the esteemed Santa Fe Photographic Workshops Portraits contest. In 2014, she won First Place in the Annual Washington Post Travel Photography contest, a contest entered by over 1500 photographers from around the world.
A recovering attorney, Natalie is largely a self-taught artist. She came to