American Repertory Ballet and Princeton Ballet School are honored to work with world-renowned photographers and videographers. They beautifully capture our company dancers and students with their own phenomenal artistry.
Photographer | ARB and PBS event photography
Egan is a Visual Design Specialist at Princeton University where he works on different design projects involving photography, graphic design, and video production.
Photographer | ARB performance photography
Rosalie O’Connor was born in Vienna, Austria and raised in New Orleans. She moved to New York City at the age of 15, to attend The School of American Ballet. At 17, she became a professional dancer with American Ballet Theatre, where she remained for fifteen years until her retirement in 2002. Rosalie began photographing the company from within. For her last six years she juggled both passions and taught herself on the job. In addition to most dance periodicals, her photographs have also appeared in Vogue, Vanity Fair and The New York Times. Rosalie’s images have been displayed in solo exhibitions at Lincoln Center in New York and The John F. Kennedy Center for The Performing Arts, in Washington, DC.
Photographer | PBS photography
Eduardo Patino is a professional photographer in New York City, serving an international clientele spanning the worlds of the Performing Arts to the Corporate arena. With a unique background as a high school and college football quarterback, turned theater director and professional dancer, Eduardo brings to his work a passion for Art and an extraordinary understanding of the human figure.
Photographer | ARB studio and portrait photography
Harald Schrader, a formally trained photographer and long-time Princeton resident, studied in Berlin and Hannover in Germany. He began his career photographing still life and architecture. He honed his craft in portrait photography, acting as first assistant to Mary Ellen Mark in New York City and Dieter Eikelpoth in Düsseldorf and London. He has been especially fascinated by the challenge of depicting the human form in movement, resulting in his passion for photographing the performing arts, dance in particular. Harald also thrives on discovering new cultures and languages. He has collaborated with performing and visual artists in Italy, Germany, the U.S.A. and Canada.