Location: New York, NY
Specialty: Dance photography
|Nan is a professional photographer operating out of New York City. She specializes in dance photography, and has captured legends like Mikhail Baryshnikov in mid-leap. Her other subjects include travel, people, food, and a fascination with reflections. Her work has appeared weekly in the New York Times, and she has received international awards. In additional to still photography, she does video work, including documentaries, and was instrumental in establishing video was a regular feature on NYTimes.com. Nan is available for hire, both locally and abroad, for shows, head shots, cultural explorations, creative projects, and special occasions. |
Exhibitions & Publications:
Works have been exhibited in South Africa, Cuba, New York City and Lincoln Center. Publications include Newsweek, the New York Times, ART (Germany), and The Financial Times of London.
Her photographs can be seen in the following books:
The Young Musician’s Survival Guide; Any Nathan; Oxford; 2nd edition 2008
Meet the Dancers from Ballet, Broadway and Beyond; Amy Nathan; Henry Holt; 2008
Malakhov: Biographische Tanzimpressionen; Tichy-Luger, Ingeborg; Tichy Verlag, Wien 2002. (Coffee table book on Vladimir Malakhov, dancer.)
Juilliard; Harry N. Abrams Inc., 2000.
Goddess: Martha Graham's Dancers Remember; Tracy, Robert, Limelight Editions, 1997.
Best of Photography Annual 1997; Photographer's Forum, 1997.
Goh Choo San: Master Craftsman in Dance, Janek Schergen with Madame Goh Soo Khim, 1997. (Commemorative book on the choreographer. Various photos, including the cover.)
Ballet Classics for Children, Dorling Kindersley (London), 1996.
The Young Dancer: In Association with the Royal Ballet School; Darcey Bussell, Patricia Linton (London), 1994.
Dawn Weller – Portrait of a Ballerina; Jane Allyn and Nan Melville, Macmillan South Africa Publishers (Pty) Ltd, 1984.
A Day in the Life of Africa; Contributed 2 photos, 1982.