Beth Trepper’s photographic portfolio comprises fine art, fashion, vintage, portraiture, figurative, landscape, entertainment and epicurean images. Specializing in Afro-Caribbean cultural studies, she divides her time between her native Delaware and the Caribbean, documenting the island people and their lifestyles. In more than 300 solo and group gallery exhibitions, Beth has shown her work extensively throughout the U.S. and in the Bahamas.
In addition to numerous book, magazine and newspaper publishing credits, Beth has a full line of original photographic greeting cards under the name Mavourneen Press. Beth has won numerous photographic awards, including American Airlines, AAA World and Islands Magazine.
In 2007, Beth was inducted into the National League of American Pen Women in the Division of Arts. She is also a founding member of the Brandywine Photo Collective, a group of professional photographers who meet regularly to share ideas, critique each other’s work and enjoy fun snacks.
A graduate in Photojournalism from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Beth currently lives in the U.S. and on a tiny island in the Bahamas. [Photo of Beth Trepper by Kathleen Buckalew]
eMail Beth: Intrepp@aol.com