Are you a non-profit, school or mission-driven business?

Do you do extraordinary work, touch lives and make a difference in the world?

Do you need visually and emotionally compelling photographs, event coverage and storytelling videos for print and web to reach your donors, grant providers, clients, and followers? Does the public know and care about what you do?

Let us tell YOUR story

Shana Sureck is an award-winning photojournalist with 20 years of experience in still photography and multimedia. Her skills, ease with subjects, and uniquely human blend of still images, audio and video will create meaningful, engaging photographs and multimedia that celebrates your organization. 


Still Photography

With studios in Northampton, MA and Hartford, CT, Shana Sureck handles a wide range of assignments for editorial clients throughout New England as well as for non-profits, educational institutions, and businesses.  (Caption: Barbara and Robin Levine-Ritterman left New Haven City Hall with the first marriage license issued to a same-sex couple in CT when gay marriage became legal.  Shana Sureck for the New York Times) 


A still image from a audio slideshow produced for the Hispanic Health Council (Hartford, CT) about their highly successful breastfeeding program. Hispanic women have one of the lowest breastfeeding rates in the US, a reality that this program helped to turn around through education and support throughout the first year of a baby's life.


The Center for Contemporary Culture will present an evening of documentary shorts by Shana Sureck at the Hartford Public Library on May 17th at 5:30.  The documentaries, exploring the work and lives of internationally reknowned fabric artist Ed Johnetta Miller and dancer Nandi Dixon Smith, founder of Sankofa Kuumba Cultural Arts Consortium, are funded by an Arts & Heritage grant from the City of Hartford.