Brenda Berry is a professional photographer and writer whose work focuses on environmental
portraiture, travel and nature photography. She comes to photography from an educational
background in science and the visual arts. Brenda holds a MFA from the University of California
at San Diego. Brenda also teaches photography workshops from Vancouver to Maine and has
traveled, explored and photographed extensively in the Pacific Northwest. Brenda has two books to
her credit, “The Lobstering Life,” and “Maine Coast Memories”, both done with David Middleton.
Brenda has also traveled and photographed throughout Bhutan collecting images to support
Save the Children Bhutan, as well as in Tanzania for New Course. Brenda’s work has been seen
in newspapers, solo shows, and juried exhibitions; her professional goal is to use her images and
words to help tell the stories of people and landscapes around the world that might not otherwise be
Brenda’s firm commitment to New Course comes from a life long belief in protecting our precious
environment and the lives that depend on it; particularly women and children. She is very excited
about the impact New Course has already demonstrated and believes that New Course will
continue to shift the environmental-development dialogue in a new, more productive direction.