Bernice Halpern Cutler hails from Brooklyn, NY but has lived and worked on Long Island for most of her life. Her photographic career has spanned nearly 40 years during which time she has explored historic printing methods, traditional darkroom work, and experimental techniques. She also created her own cameras for her pinhole photography, and those cameras and images were displayed in a solo exhibition at the Museum for Photographie in Braunschweig, Germany. The cameras now reside in Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA. Bernice has also developed expertise in Photoshop, and her most recent work involves the digital manipulation and recontextualization of images.
A graduate of C.W. Post College where she received Master’s Degrees in Sculpture and Photography, Bernice has exhibited often both nationally and abroad and has been invited to speak at numerous events. Her work has been reviewed in The New York Times, Newsday, and many other publications. She is a retired Adjunct Professor of Photography and Photoshop at Nassau Community College and C.W. Post College and a founding member of fotofoto Gallery.