Amanda Berg is a documentary photographer and filmmaker working and living in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

Her work combines conventional and experimental approaches to non-fiction storytelling, investigating themes of identity formation, gender equality, and shared experience in America. 

Berg’s films have shown at Images Film Festival, Indie Grits, Bushwick Film Festival, 30 Under 30 Film Festival, and Motivate Underground Film Festival. Her photographs have been featured in the New York Times, TIME, NPR, La Presse, and Slate. She holds a BFA in Photojournalism from Rochester Institute of Technology and a MFA in Experimental and Documentary Arts from Duke University.



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Where We Live: A North Carolina Portrait at the Rubinstein Photography Gallery

WUNC The State of Things, Where We Live: Photography Between Decades

Lewis Hine Fellows Exhibit at Photoville

The Jasper Project: Thinking About Gender and Athletics at Indie Grits

Kenan Insider Interview

New York Times Lens Blog article on Every Body Hit Somebody

Eyes on the World exhibit at 25CPW

Slate Behold Photo Blog article on Keg Stand Queens

TIME Heathland article ft. Keg Stand Queens

Campus Clarity Blog ft. Keg Stand Queens

Pingyao International Photography Festival ft. Keg Stand Queens

Alexia Foundation interview on Keg Stand Queens