Leah Abrahams is a Boston-based fine art photographer whose photographic interests are often explored in the midst of her travels. Her series, “Russian Faces and Places,” was exhibited widely in the Midwest and California. In “China: From Mao to Now—1979 and 2012” she collaborated with another photographer who had been to China years before. A series of her Cuba photographs was selected to be shown on the website socialdocumentary.net.
Leah’s work has appeared in juried shows throughout the U.S. including: Neville Public Museum, Green Bay, Wisconsin; Art League of Rhode Island; the Center for Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins, Colorado and Uforge Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts. She has received recognition for her photography from these competitions: Art League of Rhode Island, the Lucie, the Color Awards and Women in Photography International. Her work is in the collections of the Neville Public Museum, Green Bay, Wisconsin, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, Green Bay, Wisconsin, several corporations, public institutions and private collectors.
Leah was a co-founder of a cooperative art gallery and artist studios in Hilbert, Wisconsin. She has had a career in social and market research and is now a ghostwriter helping clients to preserve and publish their family stories through her company, Mixed Media Memoirs.