Amy Rindskopf lives and works in Winchester, MA. She uses photography to find quiet in the noise of daily life and her work often centers on the natural world. Her images are meditations on the ephemeral definition of beauty.
Her work has been exhibited in juried exhibitions throughout New England, including the Griffin Museum of Photography, the Danforth Museum, and the Vermont Center of Photography.
She has studied photography at Wellesley College, the Corcoran Museum of Art, and the Griffin Museum. She is the course assistant for the Photography Atelier and Photography Atelier 2.0 classes at the Griffin.