About me

Peek grew up in Sarasota, Florida and moved to the Northeast where she received her MFA in Photography from the Visual Studies Workshop. She worked at The George Eastman House Museum, taught photography in Washington DC, then moved to NYC where she was a photo librarian (The Bettman Archive and Sygma Photo News).  Peek then became a photojournalist and PR photographer, covering issues like toxic dumps, negligent landlords, and protest movements. As staff photographer for NYC’s Dept. of General Services, she documented the city’s community gardens, housing, and Mayor Ed Koch. Peek’s fine art work has been shown in numerous Hudson Valley and NYC group and solo shows.

 

Peek grew up in Sarasota, FL.  After receiving her MFA in Photography, she taught photography, was a photo librarian, and then a photojournalist and PR photographer, covering issues like toxic dumps, negligent landlords, and protest movements.  As staff photographer for NYC DGS, she documented community gardens, housing, and Mayor Ed Koch. After a second career selling creative services, she returned full-time to her fine art / documentary photography.