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Guide to the Jane Hoffer Photographs
1975-2012
 PR 312

New-York Historical Society
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Biographical note

Canada native Jane Hoffer is a New York City-based photographer with more than forty years of freelance experience. Hoffer attended McGill University where she started in painting and ended her graduate career with a dissertation on photographic essays. She received further training at the School of Visual Arts, the New School, the International Center of Photography, and Columbia University, from which she holds an advanced degree in art. Hoffer's primary professional work has been for non-profit organizations, including the Boys' Choir of Harlem and Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. In addition to her commercial work, Hoffer has pursued many artistic projects that have been exhibited throughout the city in both group and solo shows. She is currently a member of Professional Women Photographers, the West Side Artists Coalition, and the National Association of Photoshop Professionals. For further information visit the photographer's website: www.janehoffer.com.