Betsy Schneider is a photographer and filmmaker who explores and documents transformations of individuals and families over time and place. To Be Thirteen, photographs and videos of 250 13-year-olds from across the US work done on a Guggenheim Fellowship, has recently been published as a book by Radius and is the subject of a solo exhibition at the Phoenix Art Museum. She served as a National Board member for the Society for Photographic Education and was Co-Chair of the 2012 National Conference in San Francisco. She has degrees from the University of Michigan, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Mills College. She was a professor on the faculty at Arizona State for fourteen years and has recently taught at Harvard University and Massachusetts College of Art and Design. She now works remotely for Arizona State developing and teaching an innovative online BFA in digital photography. She lives and works outside of Boston.
- The Long View: Taking a Photographic Project from Conception to Presentation