Roberta Fineberg, an award-winning photographer, began her  career in Paris. From France her photographs and writing were published in the Saturday Review, followed by photography in L'officiel Femme, Le Monde, Paris Match, Ms., Weltwoche, Vanguardia, among other magazines. Her images have also appeared on catalog covers and book jackets for W.W. Norton, St. Martin's Press, Harcourt, Bookspan, and Simon & Schuster. She received a Print Magazine Regional (NY) Design Annual Award in 2003 for book jacket photography. Macmillan published her first book, City Riders, with photos and text on girls and horses.

A stock agency contributor (nonstock, Jupiter, and then Getty), Roberta Fineberg's editorial and commercial work is seen in print and online media. With photography exhibited in France, the U.S., and Russia, and art in private and public collections, such as the Bibliotheque Nationale and Bibliotheque Marguerite Durand in Paris, France, Ms. Fineberg received an original work grant from the Dept. of Cultural Affairs in New York in 2002. 

As a teaching artist, Roberta Fineberg led photo programs at multiple organizations before founding The Photo Experience for groups and team activities. She is a member of APAG (American Photography Archives Group) and her personal Web site is: www.robertafineberg.com

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

Roberta Fineberg founded Spark Your Creativity in 2011-2012 to offer art and photography through 99Prints and to lead hands-on photo experiences through The Photo Experience.

    photo  by   Margherita Andreani

  photo by Margherita Andreani