Ellen Toby Slotnick is a Fine Art Landscape photographer from Newton, MA. Her most recent work is focused on the relationship of the natural world coexisting with the man made. In some cases a peaceful coexistence in others nature has taken the upper hand.


Ms Slotnick’s work is held in the permanent collection of the Newton Wellesley Hospital in Newton, Massachusetts and in various private collections in the United States and abroad. As a participant in the DeCordova Museum’s corporate lending program Ms Slotnick has work on exhibit at corporations in the Boston Area.


Ms Slotnick has had two solo exhibitions and been associated with several group exhibitions.


With a BS degree from Rochester Institute of Technology in Photography, as her base. Ms Slotnick is constantly continuing her studies by participating in workshops and classes. The Photographer’s Project at Massachusetts College of Art and the Atelier at the Griffin Museum have been supplemented by workshops taught by various master photographers.