Rick Schatzberg is a Brooklyn, NY and Norfolk, CT-based photographer. After completing a one-year certificate program from the International Center of Photography in 2015, he earned his MFA in photography from the Hartford Art School in August, 2018.
Rick’s photographs have been shown in solo and group exhibitions in New York City; Cincinnati; Atlanta; Lenox, MA; Nacogdoches, TX; Norfolk, CT; and Berlin, Germany. Prints of his work are in a number of private collections. His first monograph, Twenty Two North (2015) won first prize in the “One for the Books” award at the Ballarat Foto International Bienniele (Australia, 2015)
Rick has had a varied career. He holds a degree from Columbia University in Anthropology (1978), played French horn with Cecil Taylor’s jazz orchestra in 1970s, and spent more than thirty years as a business executive and entrepreneur in the New York metropolitan area.
Rick is married with two grown children.