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"I try to capture a moment frozen in time, transferred to paper or electronically recorded."
-Scott Pfundt

Scott Pfundt is a photographic artist who uses photography to convey a thought or emotion or to document people and things. After graduating in from Drew University in 1980, Scott Pfundt earned a Master's Degree in Media Arts from Columbia University. He worked as a graphic artist at Columbia and later earned a considerable reputation as a commercial artist. After a stint as photographer for Temple University, he decided to concentrate on fine art photography, which culminated in a show at New York's Penthouse Gallery in November, 1990. Additionally, Scott had an alumni show at Drew University and has worked as a director of a video production for the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Several slide shows have become part of a permanent collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Education & Community

Education and Training
B.A., Drew University, Madison, New Jersey, 1980
M.A., Columbia University, New York, New York, 1982

Teachers and Influences
Johan Jeffereis, teacher/mentor, exposed Pfundt to the teaching profession at an early age
Greg Wyatt, a sculptor in residence at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, Pfundt included many allegorical themes in his work as a result of Wyatt's influence
Douglas Kirkland, former Life Magazine photographer, influenced Pfundt's portraiture

Connection to Bucks County
Scott Pfundt was born and raised in Bucks County and has established a strong connection to the Bucks County art scene.

Colleagues and Affiliations
Katherine Steele Renninger


Teaching and Professional Appointments
Photography teacher, Teachers College, Columbia, 1980-1984
Assisted in workshops at the International Center of Photography in New York

Major Solo Exhibitions
House of Representatives and the Senate, Washington, D.C., 1992, 1993
Bucks County, Pennsylvania
Penthouse, New York, New York
Drew University, Madison, New Jersey
Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, New York

Major Collections
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York
Cathedral of St. John the Divine, Sculpture Studio, New York, New York
Newington Cropsey Foundation, Hastings-On-Hudson, New York
Drew University, Madison, New Jersey
The Very Rev. Dean Parks Morton
Herman Silverman
Greg Wyatt, Fantasy Fountain Fund

Chris Stanton: Hedonism & Chaos; Photographs of artwork by Randl Bye; Photographs of studio by David Graham, Scattered Horizons Press, 2001

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