Amy Osborne is an independent documentary and news...
Amy Osborne is an independent documentary and news photographer based in San Francisco. She is a first-generation college graduate with BFA in Visual Arts and Media from the University of California, San Diego. Born and raised in a low-income, working-class home in North Idaho Amy is interested in topics surrounding class and socioeconomic issues. She is focused in particular on stories surrounding economic inequalities, lack of affordable housing, and their effects on the working class and poor. Drawing from her lived experiences growing up in constant financial insecurity, Amy is fully invested in the topics and people she covers -- in turn connecting deeply with those she is photographing -- allowing for a collaboration in both spirit and in practice. 

New York Times • The Washington Post • Wall Street Journal • Mother Jones Magazine • San Francisco Chronicle • Bloomberg Business Week Magazine • BuzzFeed News • The Sunday Times UK • The Intercept • VICE News • The Guardian • And More

• 2024 New York Times Portfolio Review
• 2017 Eddie Adams Workshop XXX

• 2019 San Francisco City Photography Club, Book and Job Gallery, San Francisco
2018 Woman Street Photographers, El Barrio's Artspace, New York City
2018 San Francisco City Photography Club, Samys Camera Gallery, San Francisco
2017 Articulated Identities, Diego Rivera Gallery, San Francisco
2017 Street Foto San Francisco, Harvey Milk Photo Center, San Francisco
 2014 Miami Street Photography Festival, Kike San Martin Studios, Miami
2011 BINACOM Biennial Conference, Universidad Autonoma de Baja California, Mexico  

Amy Osborne Photography

Amy Osborne is an independent documentary and news photographer based in San Francisco.
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