Judith Habert

Judith Habert is a professional photographer who has been published internationally in magazines and newspapers. She contributed to The Spruce for over six years.

Highlights

  • Worked as a promotional photographer for New York Newsday, and as a studio photographer for Doubleday Publishing Company
  • Served as a technical representative with Canon USA and Nikon

Experience

Judith A. Habert was a writer for The Spruce Crafts who wrote on the topic of photography. She is currently the Publisher/Editor-in-Chief of San Diego Woman Magazine. Habert is a professional photographer who has been published internationally. 

Among her many jobs in the area of photography, Judith has worked as a promotional photographer for New York Newsday, and as a studio photographer for Doubleday Publishing Company. She has also served as a technical representative with Canon USA and Nikon, and as a freelance photographer for major companies including The History Channel, the Girl Scouts International and the State of New York.

She is a published writer, with several hundred articles published, and has authored three books under her own name and several others as a ghostwriter. Judith also teaches both writing and photography courses on the high school, adult school and college level.

She is a professional speaker and has spoken across the country following the publication of her latest book "Hey, I'm Italian," which chronicles growing up Italian in New York and is full of facts about the Italian Culture. Her book includes her own photographic images.

Education

Studied photography at the Germain School of Photography in New York and earned a Bachelor of Science in photography from St. John's University in Queens, New York.

Expertise: Photography
Education: St. John's University, Germain School of Photography
Location: San Diego, California

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