Bobi Dimond is a nationally recognized photographer specializing in portraiture and fine art.
She has received numerous awards, exhibited her work in museums and galleries throughout the country and has had many one-woman shows. Her work has been published in books, magazines and newspapers. Bobi's "Signs of the Times" portfolio taken after Hurricane Andrew, hung in the Ringling Museum in Sarasota, Florida and the Miami International Airport. It was reproduced in Popular Photography and Studio Photography magazines.
Although primarily self-taught, Bobi has studied with several of the prominent masters of American photography including Ansel Adams, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Arnold Newman and Cole Weston.
Bobi's talents encompass a broad range of photographic genre, including haunting, dreamlike black and white infrared, and impressionistic, painterly etched polaroids. Her Atlanta studio features a wall of autographed V.I.P. portraits shot over the last thirty years, including such celebrities as President and Hilary Clinton, Sylvester Stallone, Paveratti and Baryshnikov. Her work hangs in many private and public collections.
Bobi is the founding member of Miami's Kendall Camera Club. In Atlanta, she is an active member of Women in Focus, Woman's Caucus for Art, and Atlanta Photography Group.