Marjorie Kaufman took up photography in 2011 while on sabbatical from her career in asset management. Building on basic photography classes at ICP in NY,  Marjorie has gone on to participate in master workshops led by  Sam Abell,  Tony Bonanno and Arthur Meyerson to capture gardens in San Miguel, dunes in New Mexico, dancers in Cuba, birds in the Galapagos, glaciers in Iceland and environmental pollution in her hometown of Mamaroneck, NY.  

Apart from her passion for photography, Marjorie is a highly experienced financial professional and  dedicated impact investor. She is Chairman of the Board of Undercover Colors, Inc.,  Advisory Board Member for the Bio Capital Impact Fund (Australia),  a Director of  Westchester Land Trust and Chairman of the Hilltop Cares Foundation.  In 2016 she was written up in Institutional Investor's Alpha for her work supporting education for low income youth as a board member of  Young Women's Leadership Network


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latest work

Iceland

Mortenson Ranch, Santa Fe, NM 

Organica Farm, San Miguel, Mexico

Rte 66, Albuquerque, NM 

"Seeing Gardens" with Sam Abell in San Miguel, Mexico









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