Patricia S. Worley is a fine art photographer, workshop instructor, resident artist and curator of the Hansen Warner Building Gallery, and Director of the Medford Arts Center. So to say the least, she is entrenched in the photography and art community in South Jersey. At any given time, her work can be seen in libraries, office buildings, art galleries and healthcare facilities.
Primarily a nature photographer, Pat’s passion is in teaching photography. She gives group and private lessons in Photoshop and the fundamentals of photography; and leads small groups on photography workshops to exciting destinations across the country. She encourages her students to experience the wildlife, nature and night scenes as they are capturing their images.
Her work hangs in various AtlantiCare locations, Penn Presbyterian for Advanced Care, Medford Lakes Municipal Offices and private collections. Her work is for sale at the Medford Arts Center, Lakes Office Supply, Medford Lakes Colony, The Painted Turtle and the largest selection is found on her website. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communications, specializing in film, television and photography from Seton Hall University.
As an artist, I want the viewer to see my images not as a two-dimensional art form, but to feel as if they can step into the image and experience the scene themselves.