Whether working as a medical photographer or as a photojournalist, Judi Bottoni captures the heart of her subjects and brings them to life with her own unique vision. Her career spans several decades and includes numerous accomplishments, such as having photographs published in Time magazine, the New York Times, the Washington Post, and People magazine, as well as in international publications. She is often seen wandering the streets of New Orleans, studying the city and capturing moments that weave the brilliance of daytime fanfare with the luminescence of evening parades and pageantry.
Bottoni received an associate degree at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and took courses at the Art Institute of Minneapolis. She has participated in local, national, and international seminars, including continuing education programs offered by esteemed National Geographic photographer Sam Abell.
Born and raised in upstate New York, Bottoni has called New Orleans home for more than two decades.
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