Dawn Herlihy Reilly is an award winning photographer residing in Nassau County, Long Island New York.
A graduate of the Germain School of Photography, she has worked in the field of photography since first given a camera at the age of ten.
Her photograph, "Counting Sheep" was part of the "Animal Kingdom: From Tame to Wild" exhibit at the Long Island Museum. Several of her mixed media collages were chosen for the "Untitled. JPG" exhibition at the Pierro Gallery, in West Orange, NJ.
Several of her film photographs, taken with her toy lomography camera, were accepted into the Somerville Toy Camera Festival in Somerville, MA.
"Antelope Canyon" was awarded 1st Place at the "Sky's The Limit" juried photography show at the Long Island
Photo Gallery in Islip, NY.
The Long Island Arts Council 33rd, 34th & 37th & 38th Annual Juried Photography Shows chose her photographs to display, and at the 39th Show was awarded 2nd place for her B&W photograph GS&BS.
Her photographs were selected to be in the Town of Oyster Bay's Rotational Art Exhibit. Many of her portraits, landscapes and event photographs are in private collections across the country.
As an admin for the Facebook Group "Long Island Hot Shots", she promotes and encourages photographers of all levels to share their beautiful images of Long Island.
Dawn is currently challenging herself and her concept of photography by reinterpreting her photographs in mixed media collages.