Emily Neville Fisher is a photographer based in Westchester, New York. She received her bachelor’s degree in Fine Art at James Madison University, her master's in Arts Administration from NYU and her certificate for the Track program at the International Center for Photography in NYC. She has worked in painting, drawing, jewelry and pottery but has been concentrating on photography for the past decade. Emily won first place in the North Salem Open Land Foundation’s juried exhibition “People, Places, Pets…” in 2016 and had two images published in the 2017 “Balanced Rock: The North Salem Review”, one of which was selected for the cover. Emily was a finalist in the Click Magazine 2018 VOICE competition that received over 48,000 entries. She was published in the 2nd Edition of Salann Magazine. She has been in juried photography exhibitions in Colorado, Delaware, California, Florida and the Head On Photo Festival in Australia. Emily was selected for the Soho Photo Gallery 2019 National Juried Competition. She has three pieces in the permanent collection of the Henry H. Ferguson Museum on Fishers Island, NY and was selected for “The Edge Effect”, a juried exhibition at the Katonah Museum of Art in 2019. Most recently, Emily was a finalist in the LensCulture Black and White Awards 2019. She was published in Marie Claire Hungary (Dec 2020) for her award in the Documentary Family Awards. Emily lives in Westchester with her husband and three children.