Foggy Morning, Central Park, NYC

Foggy Morning, Central Park, NYC


“I Love New York” Gallery 71 Summer Show (beginning June 27, 2019)
“Light and Shadow”, The Works Gallery, New York (through June 2019)
"Horizons", Artists Alliance of East Hampton, NY, 2018
"Inspired by Rothko", Works Gallery, New York, NY 2018
"New York Urbanscapes", Gallery 71, New York, NY, 2017-2018
"Points of View from the Circle", Upstream Gallery, Hastings, NY, 2017
"Presence of Light", Works Gallery, New York, NY, 2016
”Urbanscapes”, Gallery 71, New York, NY, 2015-2016
”Images of Asia”, Westchester Community College, NY, 2015
"Photography Takes Over", Upstream Gallery, Hastings, NY, 2015
"Photography History and Process", Carriage Barn Arts Center, New Canaan, CT, 2015
"A Textured New York", Riverfront Gallery, Yonkers, NY 2014
"Urbanscapes", Works Gallery, New York, NY, 2014
"New York Reimagined" at The Marina Yashina Gallery, Cold Spring, NY 2014
"Transform the Norm", The Library Gallery, Ossining, NY 2014
"Here, There, and Everywhere Else", The Riverfront Gallery, Yonkers, NY 2013
"Here, There, and Everywhere" at The Rye Arts Center, Rye, NY 2013
"Tranquility" at Wells Fargo Bank, Rhinebeck, NY 2013
"Photographers on Location", The Rye Arts Center, Rye, NY 2012
"Occupy Wall Street", International Center for Photography, 2012
"Living Color", Riverwinds Gallery, Beacon, NY, 2012
"Tis More Than Just Green", Yonkers, NY, 2012
"Depot Art Exhibit", Artist's Assocation Exhibit, Montauk, Long Island, 2011
"Member Exhibit", Ashawag Hall, 2011
"These Streets I Walk", The Schoolhouse Gallery, 2010
"On the Green", Montauk Juried Art Show, 2010
"Person to Person", ArtsWestchester, juried by Westchester Council on the Arts, 2010
"Member Exhibits", Guild Hall of East Hampton, NY, 2008 - 2010
"Editor Selection", National Geographic Magazine, 2009

steve dreyer photography

Steve Dreyer is a fine art photographer based in New York City and Eastern Long Island, New York. His work is regularly shown in juried and group exhibits and is on display in fine art galleries. His photography is represented by Gallery 71 (, The Works Gallery, and is available at Saatchi Art. Steve’s images were selected for the production set of the popular series “The Affair” on the Showtime television network.

Like many of today’s fine art photographers, Steve originally used film and a darkroom to create his images. He eventually transitioned to digital cameras and processing to make his stylized photographs - always acknowledging that vision, composition, lighting and the story to be told is more important to the art than the tools to create it. He is of the school and is inspired by the work of other photographers such as Steve McCurry, Ansel Adams, Edward Weston and Michael Kenna.

Steve makes images in both color and black and white, with a focus on landscapes, cityscapes, travel and abstract art photography. His work has evolved over the years as his interests have changed with life experiences.

Steve writes for magazines (including Photo Technique, FujiLove and The Handmade Photograph), conducts workshops, offers individual customized training sessions, and publishes eBooks and Folios.

The management of the very popular and respected Armonk Art Show (awarded the second best art show in the U.S.) selected Steve as a judge for their show in
September 2018.

Steve is also active in several photography organizations and has professional member status in the American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP).

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Judge for the Armonk Art Show
American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP) 
Red Circle PhotoArts, LLC (founder of this photographer's collective)
Westchester Council on the Arts
Rye Arts Center
Croton Artists Association 
National Association of Photoshop Professionals
The Schoolhouse Theater and Gallery (Board Member)
Montauk Artists' Association