Helen K. Garber is known for her night urban landscapes taken in cities such as Los Angeles, NY, Paris, Venice & Rome. Her images are in a number of permanent museum collections including the George Eastman House, International Museum of Film & Photography, Rochester, NY, the Brooklyn Museum, NY, and the Portland Museum of Art, OR. Corporate collections include City National Bank in Los Angeles and Las Vegas and O’Melveny & Meyers, Ltd., Los Angeles, CA. Articles about her Urban Noir portfolio have been featured in Photo District News, B&W, Focus and Palm Springs Life Magazines. Her first book published was Parents at Last, Clarkson & Potter, 1998. Venice Beach, CA Carnivale, Xlibiris, 2005 won an honorary mention at the 2005 International Photo Awards and was the official commemorative publication of the Venice Centennial. Her work was included in Looking at Los Angeles, edited by Ben Stiller, Marla Hamburg Kennedy, Jane Brown & Craig Crull, Metropolitan Books, 2005 and the upcoming Night & Low Light Photography edited by Jill Waterman for Amphoto, Photo District News, 2008. Exhibitions include Urban Noir, LA-NY at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz, NY 2007, Photo LA and the 10th International Biennale di Architecture, Venice Italy and the upcoming Urban Noir, LA-NY at Farmani Gallery, Beverly Hills, CA from February 9 – March 1, 2008. She is represented in Boston by Tepper/Takayama Fine Arts.