Award-winning photographer Vivian Ronay covers political and social events in Washington, DC and New York City as well as working on contract for public relations companies, event planners and public interest organizations. She is credentialled for the U.S. Senate.

Vivian does portrait work on location and in the studio for corporate and editorial as well as private clients.

Her editorial work is represented by Retna and ZUMAPress.

A short list of clients includes: Weber-Shandwick Powell-Tate, Hermes, March of Dimes, Georgetown University, Debbie LeHardy & Co., Campbell Peachey & Associates, select Embassies, General Motors, Hayes & Associates, Charles Schwab, Qorvis Communications, The Library of Congress, select Members of Congress, Folger Library, Art & Antiques Magazine, DVM Magazine, W Magazine and, through her agencies, her work is published in newspapers and magazines worldwide.

International reportage work includes extensive photography in several Middle Eastern countries documenting Arab culture and history: Egypt (Cairo & the Sinai), Jordan, Kuwait, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Yemen as well as Jerusalem. She has also published reportage from work in Uzbekistan, Russia and Hungary, the motherland of her family. Please contact Vivian directly for assignments in and stock from these countries.

She also teaches a photography project seminar periodically at the Smithsonian Institution's Studio Arts program. Her other websites, for the continuing projects of her heart, are :  http://www.petraphotos.com and http://www.ronayphoto.com She has lectured on her work in Jordan in museums, professional photography groups and news organizations.


Of course all images on this website are copyrighted. No rights are granted for the use of any or all images without specific written permission by the photographer or her designated representative. But you already knew this, didn't you?

Vivian Ronay Photography
Phone : 202.362.1460      Mobile: 202.374.7787   
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P.O. Box 9627
Washington, DC 20016

 
 
   

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