Judy’s vast library of photographic images focuses largely on medium format and panorama format film, which makes possible large, sharp prints that are windows to the natural world. For the past five years, she has focused on permanent ink prints and, most recently, digital images, an investment that has led to even greater creativity and deepened her passion for the art of photography. In addition to showcasing her own portfolio, Judy represents the work of select fine art photographers from across the nation.
As a Corporate Consultant Designer, she has helped many clients transform their interior spaces into enriching environments. Among other clients, she has worked with the Federal Home Loan Bank in Dallas, Vail Associates, IBM Mid America Credit Union, and Tulane Medical School’s Center for Bioenvironmental Research. Judy guides her clients in selecting a theme and determining image size and placement. She then reviews artists’ portfolios to procure the right images and personally oversees the actual printing, framing, and installation of each piece of art.
In 1971, Judy co-founded The Hill Gallery of Photography in Aspen, Colorado, which she managed for more than 25 years. Under her direction, the gallery won national awards, was named Aspen’s Best Small Business of the Year in 1995, and became one of Aspen’s most loved galleries. Since 1996, when she sold the gallery, she has worked as an independent fine art photographer and consultant.
In 2007, Judy married Amory Lovins, co-founder and Chief Scientist of Rocky Mountain Institute (www.rmi.org). RMI is a nonprofit “think and do” tank, respected as a global leader in advanced energy efficiency and restorative uses of resources. Photographic artistry is among Amory’s many skills. She joins him often in international travel to photograph and to support in RMI’s mission.
Judy was born in Colorado in 1945, grew up in eastern Oregon, and earned her bachelor of science degree in Business Administration, Marketing, and Human Resources from Oregon State University. She has lived in Aspen for 33 years, where she raised two sons, Miles and Nathan.
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