Nastassia Davis, Atlantic City
Nastassia Davis is a graduate of Montclair State University with a BA in Fine Arts Studio and minor in African-American Studies. She is a versatile professional photographer and fine artist. Nastassia's digital photography art work was exhibited at The Atlantic City Garden Pier (2008), Seashore Gardens sponsored by The Noyes Museum (2008), Canco Lofts in Jersey City (2009), Iona College of The Arts in Rochelle, NY (2013) and showcased among some of the nation's best photographers in Artist Wanted in New York City.
Her digital camera is the medium in which she uses to create her self-portraits. Her photographic works, both self-portraits and photojournalism, have been published in A Message To Obama book, The UK Guardian, NY Times, The Visual Bible, Atlantic County Woman Magazine and varies online blogs such as AfroBella.com, AfroPunk.com, to name a few.
Nastassia conducted her first photography workshop in December 2011 at Rutgers University. Light painting workshop "This Little Light of Mine" with youth groups at The Boys & Girls Club and The Noyes Arts Garage. She was an instructor for the Atlantic County Coalition For a Safe Community organization during a 7 week Photography program in the summer of 2015. Conducted a photography workshop with "Champions of Youth" supporting First Lady Michelle Obama's initiative "62 Million Girls" which brings awareness to girls around the world who are not in school receiving an education. Teaching art to homeless youth at The Covenant House during the months of November and December of 2015.