Carolyn Meltzer is an Atlanta-based fine arts photographer whose lifelong love and deep respect for nature are expressed in her creative work. She specializes in nature landscape and macro photographs, both color and black and white. Her award-winning work has been featured in approximately 50 solo and juried group shows in Atlanta, New York, New Orleans, Portland, Los Angeles, and Athens, Greece, and in arts festivals including Atlanta Celebrates Photography, the Berlin Photo Biennale, Art Takes Miami, and New Orleans’PhotoNOLA.
Always drawn to visual images, Meltzer studied both photography and imaging science and also works as a physician radiologist. Photography has been the creative complement to her medical imaging career.
Meltzer has received recognition regionally and globally for her art, including Honorable Mention in the Women in Photography International Competition 2012, First Place in the Louisville National Juried Photography Show in 2013, First Place in the Women in Focus Annual Juried Show 2015, First Place (landscape and nature) in the Roswell Photographic Society Annual Open Juried Show 2016, and Honorable Mentions for the 2015, 2017, and 2018 Julia Margaret Cameron International Award for Women Photographers and 2017 Charles Dodgson Black and White Award. One of her notable black and white portfolios is maintained in the Yale University Beinecke Library Archive and other works have been published inSouth x Southeast Photomagazine, the American Journal of Neuroradiology, and Edge of Humanity Magazine.