Contact Joyce Anderson Photography in New York City

301 East 66th St.
Suite 8C
New York, NY 10065
(212) 861-0160

Working with a professional photographer can help you achieve exactly the result you want, whether you are seeking modeling portraits, corporate headshots, or any other type of studio photography. The Joyce Anderson Photography portrait studio near Manhattan can help you create your ideal modeling or professional portfolio—call us at (212) 861-0160 to discuss your needs.

Driving Directions

From Queens, take Grand Central Pkwy. toward Triboro Bridge and continue onto I-278 E. Take exit 46 and continue onto the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge. In 0.4 miles, take the FDR Dr. S exit on the left to merge onto FDR Dr. Take exit 14 for E 96th St. and continue for approximately two miles before turning right onto E 66th St. to find us on your right in 0.3 miles.

From Jersey City, take NJ-139 E and continue onto 12th St/Boyle Plaza, then onto I-78 E. After entering New York, take exit 1 toward NY-9A/West St. and take a slight left onto Laight St. In 0.2 miles, turn left onto West St., which will turn slightly left and become Battery Park Underpass, then FDR Dr. Continue for 5.6 miles, taking exit 12 on the left to stay on FDR Dr. The street will turn left and become E 61st St.; take your first right after this onto York Ave., then turn left onto E 66th St. to find Joyce Anderson Photography on your right.

What's Nearby

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Rockefeller Center

New York City began as a European settlement in 1609. During the Revolutionary War, New York became a refuge for British Loyalists, with British occupation lasting until 1783. The city later served as the first U.S. capital from 1789 to 1790.

Today, New York City is the most populous U.S. city, with a population of 8,405,837. Its many famous landmarks include the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty, Central Park, and Times Square.

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