Nancy Scherl is a fine art portrait photographer based in New York City.

The eclecticism of Nancy’s projects, include visual stories –both in-depth stories as well as vignettes. Blurring the boundaries between Pictorial and Street Photography genres, Nancy offers context –an expanded view of the individual portraits within.

Nancy completed an MFA in Photography, Video and Related Media at New York City’s School of Visual Arts, following her undergraduate studies in documentary and fine art photography at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is a member of the American Society of Media Photographers where she served as a board member (2016-2019) and is a board member and President of the Katonah Museum Artists Association in Katonah, New York. For the KMAA, Nancy is the Founder, Producer and Moderator of Coffee Shop-Talk which is an interactive virtual roundtable discussion series about art.

Among other awards, Nancy’s work earned an Honorable Mention for the 16th Annual Julia Margaret Cameron Portrait awards (2020), a place in Photolucida 2018 Critical Mass Top 200; received two 2016 first place awards in the Moscow International Foto Awards and a bronze award in the 2016 Tokyo International Foto Awards. Nancy has exhibited in numerous select shows, including the A Smith Gallery 2020 Portraits Exhibition; South X Southeast 2020 Photogallery; 2018 Katonah Museum of Art Tri-State Juried Exhibition Signals in Katonah, New York; and in 2015 at the Hammond Museum in a juried exhibition Time and Place in North Salem, New York.