Seeing is a neglected enterprise.


Artist Bio

Sally Ann Field is a fine art and commercial photographer influenced by human behavior and pop-culture. Her background in art direction and design play a definitive role in her image making.

She grew up in the rural town of Sandusky, NY. She then studied design and began her advertising art direction career in Miami, FL, later relocating to Los Angeles, CA. 

Sally’s work has been exhibited at a variety of institutions, including A. Smith Gallery (Johnson City, TX), DNJ Gallery (Los Angeles, CA), Jadite Gallery (New York, NY), Light Box Gallery (Astoria, OR), SE Center for Photography (Greenville, SC), Gallery Kayafas (Boston, MA), Art Share Los Angeles and the Los Angeles Center of Photography. Her work has been published in Don’t Take Pictures, F-Stop Magazine, Lenscratch, Huffington Post, Her Side of the Street, Your Daily Photograph, A Photo Editor, Touch My Prints, Click Magazine, Los Angeles Times, Bokeh Bokeh and Feature Shoot. Sally’s photographs have garnered awards from Leica and National Geographic and she gives back to various organizations through her photographic efforts.  

Sally lives and works in Hollywood, California with her American Staffordshire Terrier (and muse) Delilah Bean Field.