Nancy Borowick



The Family Imprint
May 16—June 15, 2017

Opening Reception & US Book Launch: May 16, 6-9pm

When photojournalist Nancy Borowick’s parents, Howie and Laurel, were simultaneously diagnosed with stage-four cancer in 2012, she processed the ordeal in the way she knew best: photographing her parents’ next 24 months of treatment.  

The Family Imprint is an intimate story of family, life and love. Borowick’s photographs comprise a love letter to her parents through an archive of memories. Her work celebrates the lives of Howie and Laurel while confronting their family’s heartbreaking loss.

An exhibition of select photographs and family mementos from The Family Imprint is on display on Anastasia Photo's lower level. The exhibition also celebrates the United States launch of Nancy's first monograph. 

The artist will be available for interviews and tours by appointment. If interested, please email her at

Nancy Borowick (b. 1985) is a documentary photographer from New York, currently living on the island of Guam. She is a graduate of the Documentary Photography and Photojournalism program at the International Center of Photography and holds a degree in Anthropology and Photography from Union College. She is a regular contributor to the New York Times and has also been featured in the International Herald Tribune, the New York Times Lens Blog, CNN, National Geographic, and Time Magazine. In February of 2016 she was awarded 2nd prize in the Long Term Projects category in World Press Photo and was recently awarded the Arnold Newman Prize in New Directions in Photographic Portraiture, the Eddie Adams Workshop Award in Innovation in Visual Storytelling, and Honorable Mention in the NPPA Best of Photojournalism competition in the Contemporary Issues Story category. The Family Imprint, the book based on her Cancer Family project, is her first photography book and it will be released in the Spring of 2017.