As artist-photographer,  Ms. Fineberg founded her arts-based business to share the power of creativity.

Award-winning photographer, Roberta Fineberg began her creative career while a student in Paris, France with photos and reporting in the Saturday Review. From there she contributed photography to L'officiel Femme, Le Monde, Paris Match, Ms., Weltwoche, Vanguardia, among other magazines. Her images are on catalog covers and book jackets for W.W. Norton, St. Martin's Press, Harcourt, Bookspan, and Simon & Schuster. Macmillan published her first book, City Riders, with photos and text on girls and horses. As a stock agency (nonstock, Jupiter, and Getty) freelance photographer Roberta Fineberg's editorial and commercial work has appeared regularly in print and digital media for more than 20 years.

Ms. Fineberg has written and photographed for assignments that took her throughout Europe. With photography exhibited in France, the U.S., and Russia, and in private and public collections, such as the Bibliotheque Nationale and Bibliotheque Marguerite Durand in Paris, France, she has received an original work grant from the Dept. of Cultural Affairs in New York in 2002 and one of Print's Regional Design Annual awards in 2003 for book jacket photography. In addition as teaching artist, she has collaborated on programs with multiple organizations at numerous venues.

Roberta Fineberg's artwork from 2010 includes photo-based workslightplay (night photography), and a dye-sublimation design-art series printed on white aluminum, among other projects...