A graduate of Massachusetts College of Art, Cydney has been taking pictures professionally for over 25 years and is the founder of Cydney Ambrose Photography. While Cydney focused much of her work over the years on children's portraiture, her areas of photographic expertise include Photojournalism, Sports, Commercial, Family, and Theatrical photography. An award-winning artist, Cydney has had two major exhibitions at the Arthur Griffin Center for Photographic Art in Winchester, Massachusetts.
"To love what you do, and have the ability to share it with others is truly rewarding. To bring tears to the eyes of the parents whose children you have had the pleasure to capture on film is a gift for which I will always be grateful".
My love for photography began at the Methodist preschool which is where I met Cydney Ambrose and saw her artistry for the first time. To me, being able to capture a person's beauty both inside and out, is the ultimate satisfaction in photography. Having worked alongside Cydney for the past ten years, I have learned countless tips and techniques and have since developed my own style of photography. A graduate of St. Anselm College with a B.A. in English, I also earned a Marketing Certificate from Northeastern University. A former student at the New England school of Photography, I believe that the art of photography is a life long lesson that continues to be taught with each person, family, or event that is photographed. A truly great photographer is never done learning, but always strives to be the best.
A self-taught artist from a young age, I received supplemental instruction from Massachusetts College of Art and The School of the Museum of Fine Arts. I spent my formative years working for several print labs including managing Apex Photo in Winchester for ten years. Here I honed my skills in color management and digital manipulation, working in photo restoration and desktop publishing. My position put me in contact with many talented New England photographers, including Cydney Ambrose. When my son was born, I became a stay at home Dad while working nights doing freelance design work. I began employment for Cydney to help transition her business from film to digital, starting a working relationship and friendship that prospered for the next fifteen years. As we move into a new age in how we view the world and our lives through photography, I hold on to the tradition and values that Cydney, Priscilla and I have built upon and endeavor to perfect.