Judy Raffel photographs a very eclectic range of subjects, recently specializing in environmental portraits and street photography… black and white random and candid shots of people in Los Angeles. She is deeply influenced by Cartier-Bresson who succeeded “to trap life as it is, where the smallest thing can be a great subject.” Judy has exhibited at Bel Air Camera, the Santa Monica Pier Carousel, K-M gallery and the Annenberg Beach House in Santa Monica. Her photos of the performers at Santa Monica’s Broad Stage and Edye Second Space are on permanent display and she is currently photographing the theaters’ educational and outreach programs at Santa Monica College of Performing Arts. Several of her photos have been featured in the Santa Monica Cultural Affairs online newsletter, “The Palette.”


Going East on Sunset & Red


Upstairs, Downstairs

Waiting for the Redline

Waiting at the Station

Urban Mosaic