Judy Brown follows a career as Professor of Physics at Wellesley College and Research  Scientist at the MIT Media Lab by combining her long-time passions for animals and  photography. She is particularly attracted to  animal subjects – fur, hair, and feathers – for their subtle textures (often hidden from the naked eye) and for their beauty of form.  She loves spending time with farm animals, getting to know them and their individual behavioral  quirks.  Her photographs have been shown in  several solo shows in Griffin Museum of Photography satellite galleries and in an  MIT Architecture Department Tele-exhibit.  Selections from her “Antique Skin”, “Elliott”, “Weatherbury Farm”, and “Unity Farm Sanctuary” portfolios have been selected for over four dozen juried exhibitions.  Her book “Weatherbury Farm” received an honorable mention by Elizabeth Avedon in her list of Best Photography Books of 2020: Round-up Part II.   She is a Fellow of the Acoustical Society of America and a 2019 Critical Mass 200 Finalist

Image taken with Canon 7D Mark II
Now only use Canon 5D Mark IV
Lens Canon EF 100-400 shot at 100mm