Annie Tiberio Cameron is a fine art photographer living in Montpelier, Vermont. Her background and training in science support her passion for photography and from this combination she creates images that reveal what she feels about the natural world. She exhibits her work in galleries and museums across the country and is represented by Artisans Hand Craft Gallery in Montpelier. Annie has been focusing her camera on all corners of Vermont since moving there in 2005. Her award-winning photos have been published in two editions of the best selling Sierra Club book, Mother Earth — Through the Eyes of Women Photographers and Writers, as well as numerous other publications.

Since 1979, Annie has put special emphasis on teaching photography. With training in both science and education, her years as a school teacher and coordinator of environmental education programs for Massachusetts Audubon Society provided a foundation for teaching photography for the University of Massachusetts Amherst and the National Wildlife Federation, among many other institutions in New England and beyond.

Annie tours nationally with a slide show depicting her solo wilderness camping treks, called Death Valley, Okefinokee and Beyond.  Her other touring slide shows are from her travels to East Africa:  Come With Me to Tanzania  and  Touring Kenya. 

Education

  • B.S. Elementary Environmental Education, BDIC, Cum Laude, UMass, 1973
  • Grad Studies in Organizational Behavior & Management of Change in Organizations UMass. 1976
  • Grad Studies in Education through National Science Foundation, North Adams State College & Westfield State College, 1975-76
  • Intensive Weekend Workshops with John Shaw, Freeman Patterson, Galen Rowell
  • Photographic Society of America & New England Camera Club Council Seminars 1979-present

Selected Juried Exhibitions & Art Fairs

  • Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield, MA
  • Morissey Gallery, Galvin Fine Arts Center, Davenport, IA
  • 1911 Courthouse Center for the Arts, Lake Charles, LA
  • Studio Place Arts, Barre, VT
  • Axel's Gallery, Waterbury, VT
  • Vermont Center for Photography, Brattleboro, VT
  • Paradise City Arts Festivals, Northampton & Marlborough, MA
  • DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA
  • Kenan Center for the Arts, Lockport, NY
  • Burnett Gallery, Amherst, MA
  • Springfield Art League Invitational Exhibits, Springfield, MA
  • Wistariahurst Museum, Holyoke, MA
  • Laudholm Trust, Wells, ME
  • Berkshire Arts Festival, Great Barrington, MA
  • Art on the Mountain, Wilmington, VT
  • Northeast Regional Art Gallery, Hadley, MA
  • Worcester Center for Crafts, Worcester, MA
  • Vermont Art & Fine Craft Festival at Stratton Mountain
  • The Valley Photo Center, Springfield, MA
  • Robert Floyd Photography Gallery, Southampton, MA
  • Firehouse Center for the Arts Gallery, Burlington, VT
  • Eula May Edwards Gallery, Clovis Comm. College, Clovis, NM
  • Grayson County College, Denison, TX
  • Hudson Valley Community College, Troy, NY

Teaching Experience

  • UMass Amherst Online 3-credit Photography Course (2009 to present)
  • UMass Amherst Continuing Education (1994 to 2005)
  • National Wildlife Federation (1988 to 2006)
  • Bay Path College, Longmeadow, MA (1980-1995)
  • Massachusetts Audubon Society (1978 – 2000)
  • McNeese State University, Lake Charles, LA
  • Center for Photographic Studies, Montpelier, VT
  • Burlington City Arts, Burlington, VT
  • Massachusetts Division of Fisheries & Wildlife
  • Springfield Science Museum, Springfield, MA
  • Town of Longmeadow, MA
  • Family Nature Summits

Courses have included:

  • Digital Photography for the Non-Art Major
  • Basic 35mm SLR Photography
  • Wildflower Photography
  • Introduction to Nature Photography
  • Intermediate Photography Techniques
  • Using Photography as a Classroom Tool
  • Basic Exposure & Composition
  • Intensive Weekend Nature Photography
  • Introduction to Digital Photographic Concepts

Publications

  • Mother Earth Through the Eyes of Women Photographers & Writers, two editions Sierra Books
  • Sierra Magazine
  • Sierra Postcards
  • The Montpelier Bridge (Vermont’s capital city newspaper)
  • National Wildlife Federation brochures, annual reports
  • Mass Audubon's Sanctuary Magazine & annual reports vEPOCH Calendars (Southworth Corporation)
  • Green Mountain Calendar Company
  • Regional business & school catalogs, brochures, advertisements & alumni publications