Amy Hart

New York City

Amy Hart is a photographer and filmmaker based in New York City.

She is the director of Public Health Productions at the New York Academy of Medicine, and is also a professor at NYU Steinhardt School of Public Health.

Her award-winning film, WATER FIRST: Reaching the Millennium Development Goals, a documentary on the central importance of water in addressing all of the major challenges of global development, has been shown at major festivals and conferences around the world. She is the president of Freshwater Project International.

As a photographer, she shoots for many national and international clients including Working Mother Media, National Association of Female Executives, Diversity Best Practices, The New York Academy of Medicine, The Institute of Medicine, Robert Wood Johnson Health and Society Scholars, the International Society on Urban Health and many others.

She enjoys traveling and always takes a camera with her whether it's for work or play. See recent slideshows of Youth Day at the America's Cup and Sausalito Art Festival at

Let Peace and Beauty be Reason Enough.