Ellen Goldstein, born and raised in San Francisco, earned a BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute, a photography major. In the '70s, Ellen was introduced to multimedia when she worked on The New York Experience, at the time one of the largest multi-image productions ever develped. She served as a photographer and producer for Bass/Francis Productions in San Francisco from 1980 to 1984, where she supervised the production of presentations for a wide variety of ad agencies and corporate clients. In 1983 she went to Korea to photograph and produce a multi-media show for the Republic of Korea for the World's Fair in Knoxville, TN.
In 1984, Ellen started Bullseye Productions. Over the next ten years, she produced award-winning slide shows, and a video for SRI International and the VALS lifestyles program. She also produced a live re-enactment of a scene from the movie "Back to the Future" for Syntex Corporation, and produced a national roll-out presentation for Ketchum Yellow Pages.
In 1994, after producing the Northern California ADDY Awards. Ellen produced the first Macintosh PowerPoint-driven awards show for the American Medical Advertising Association. In the late '90s, as Bullseye moved away from multi-image and concentrated primarily on print, as Ellen began specializing in portraiture and refining her skills as a graphic designer. Her photography has been featured in several exhibitions.
She has recently started selling her pictures on iStock, and is developing an extensive digital archive of travel photography. She is a member of the International Travel Writers and Photographers of America and the Professional Photographers of America.
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