Jill Waterman is a photographer, editor, writer, curator and educator based in New York since 1985. A specialist in night photography, her first book, Night and Low Light Photography, was published by Amphoto (a division of Random House) in 2008. Waterman's photographic projects include Nightscapes, a series of long-exposure color photographs; Ghosts of Grand Central and the Whistlestop Series about train travel and railroad stations across the United States and The New Year’s Eve Project, an ongoing, international documentation about this global holiday of anticipation. Her photographs have been exhibited and collected internationally and have received extensive media coverage including a January 2003 interview with Katie Couric on NBC’s The Today Show. Waterman works for PDN Custom Media & Events as editor of the ASMP Bulletin and PDNedu, as well as on other education and events projects.