Holly Gordon is a renowned fine art and documentary photographer. The Principal of Holly Gordon Photographer Inc., Holly has established a reputation as an artist who believes in engaging people in important social and environmental issues, blazing creative trails and inspiring others as an impassioned advocate for the arts. Her photography studio is the world of nature: The viewfinder is her canvas; the camera is her paintbrush. She has become part of a ground-breaking contemporary artistic and social movement called “techspressionism.” Holly travels to all corners of the earth, from the rain forests of Central and South America and the Galapagos Islands to Australia and New Zealand, Easter Island, Alaska to Antarctica and most recently, China. As an art teacher with a master's degree from New York University and 30 years of experience, Holly has gained wide visibility through her photography in a range of venues, including the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. Her work also has appeared in published form in Shutterbug Magazine, New York Newsday and dozens of other media channels. Holly has two museum-quality traveling exhibits, “Antarctica: Journey to the Extreme,” and “Galapagos: Face to Face,” in circulation and is creating a new exhibit covering a recent journey through China. . Her book, “Parallel Perspectives: The Brush/Lens Collaboration,” with Ward Hooper, was recently became a finalist at the 2021 Next Generation Indie Book Awards.