Cheryl Stockton is a New York area professional photographer and creative director. She helps entrepreneurs, artists, actors and businesses who want to promote their brand, increase confidence and inspire trust by helping clients see the  approachable person behind the brand. 

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Cheryl is passionate about wellness, health and fitness and is grateful to live and work in a beautiful community of like minded clients. 

Photography has lead Stockton to the joy of spiritual adventure travel. Some of her favorite places are Bhutan, TibetPeru and Africa. Her latest trip was to Iceland and has a one woman show coming up at Pratt Institute, where she teaches in the field of imaging and design. Her work has been exhibited in over 30 shows including; Rwanda for Art of Conservation,  her 40 day journey in Tibet and trek to Machu Picchu. Her work has been shown at the Tibet House for the Friends of Refuge Benefit and she has shown in  numerous one-woman shows in New York at Pratt Institute and in Soho's Cupping Room.

Her design and photography has been published in Garden Guru and Driftless Magazine, StoneRidge Orchards, All Good Things, Health and Fitness, Shape, Psychology Today, New York Post, Page 6, Sati Life, Yoga Works,,, MSNBC, Self, Health, Global Learning Across Borders, and One Heart Worldwide. 

Her client list includes: Wendy Suzuki, Amma and the World Farmers Project, the Art-of Conservation, Paz of Mind, River Garden Studio, Sati Life, Patricia Moreno, George Brescia, Pratt Institute, ASI Design Studio, Hohme, Thoughtful Mental Health, Powerstrike, ECA World Fitness, New York Law School, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Stockton teaches at Pratt Institute in the field of digital imaging and design.




Anna was one of my best students at Pratt and when I was ready to expand my business, I knew she was the one.

Anna is a born and raised Texan – graduated from the University of Texas in Austin with a degree in Finance.  After working in Supply Chain at Texas Instruments for 8 years and moving to the Northeast, she decided to embrace her love of design.  She went on to study web and graphic design, and is now building websites and creating social media content.