Ann Bromberg is a native New Mexican award-winning independent documentary filmmaker and professional photographer whose work has been featured in numerous traveling and permanent exhibits, national museums, and theaters, both within the U.S. and internationally. Her work has been featured in the U.S. in New Mexico, Texas, and Georgia and in international venues in Israel, Australia, South Korea, China, Japan, Italy, Spain, Mexico, Kenya ,Cuba and Vietnam.
Recently completed a short film in Havana, Cuba with master Director Abbas Kirastami, Black Factory Cinema, and Escuela Internatcional de Cine Y TV in San Antonio, Cuba. Currently filming The White Slipper in Havana, Cuba and working on music documentary in London, England. Currently worked with Gala Productions and Ives International Film Production.
In both her films and her photographic projects, Ann’s core purpose is to compassionately illuminate the cultures and human narratives of the many regions in which she travels. Permanent collections of her work can be found at the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian, the Manuel Alvarez Bravo International Center of Photography in Mexico City, the New Mexico History Museum in Santa Fe, the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame, the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum, the Roswell Museum and Art Center, and the Albuquerque Museum.