Neil Kramer is a dynamic storyteller with twenty years of experience in photography, writing, and filmmaking.  His work combines humor and compassion in the telling of stories about personal relationships, including those from his own life.
Neil is a graduate of Columbia University and USC Film School, and has exhibited his photography in New York, Los Angeles, Houston, Dallas, South Carolina, Berlin, and Trieste, Italy. 
His most recent project, "Quarantine in Queens," about living with his mother and ex-wife during the Covid-19 pandemic, has won him accolades and awards such as the Portrait Photographer of the Year at the 2020 Annual Photography Awards, 1st Place in Family Photography at the ND Awards, and Finalist in the Portrait Project at the Lucie Foundation. It has been featured on NBC’s Today Show, The Washington Post, The New York Post, Buzzfeed, Fox News, Feature Shoot, Petapixel, My Modern Met, Musee Magazine, and media outlets in ten other countries.
"Quarantine in Queens" has been called a timely and unique commentary on caregiving, love, and family connection. 
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