Amy Osborne is an independent documentary and news photographer based in San Francisco. She is a first-generation college student with BFA in Visual Arts and Media from the University of California, San Diego. Born and raised in a low-income working class home in North Idaho, Amy is interested in topics surrounding class and socioeconomic issues. She is focused in particular on economic inequality and lack of affordable housing in the Bay Area and its effects on the working class and poor. Her photography uses different approaches to realize long-term projects, weaving related stories together from both her current home in San Francisco and her hometown in Idaho. Drawing upon her lived experiences of constant financial insecurity, Amy is fully invested in the topics she covers and in turn connects deeply with those she is photographing, allowing for a collaboration in spirit and in practice.
Clients/Published New York Times • The Washington Post • Mother Jones Magazine • San Francisco Chronicle • BuzzFeed News • The Sunday Times UK • Bloomberg • The Intercept • VICE News • The Guardian • The New Yorker • Newsweek • USA Today • Los Angeles Times • San Diego Union Tribune • The Boston Globe • Chicago Tribune • The Hill • And More
Exhibited • 2019 San Francisco City Photography Club, Book and Job Gallery, San Francisco • 2018Woman Street Photographers, El Barrio's Artspace, New York City • 2018 San Francisco City Photography Club, Samys Camera Gallery, San Francisco • 2017 Articulated Identities, Diego Rivera Gallery, San Francisco • 2017 Street Foto San Francisco, Harvey Milk Photo Center, San Francisco • 2014 Miami Street Photography Festival, Kike San Martin Studios, Miami • 2011 BINACOM Biennial Conference, Universidad Autonoma de Baja California, Mexico
For more information on Amy's work, employment opportunities, or to just say hello, feel free to get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org