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Pinsky Studio receives BHEF 2016 Business Partner Award 

Pinsky Studio receives BHEF 2016 Business Partner Award
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The Byram Hills Education Foundation, Inc. (BHEF) recently announce that Pinsky Studio of Bedford, NY, has been selected as their recipient of the 2016 BHEF Business Partnership Award.

Pinsky Studio has partnered with the BHEF since 2006 to provide photography for BHEF events, including the annual Spring Gala and Harlem Wizards.

Launched in 2015, the BHEF Business Partnership Award recognizes local and national companies for their outstanding commitment to education in Byram Hills.  “We are very pleased to recognize Pinsky Studio with a BHEF Business Partnership Award,” said Jason Berland, Chairman of the BHEF.  “Thanks to the talents and photography expertise provided by the staff at Pinsky Studio, the BHEF has a professional and elegant portfolio of events which captures the positive impact of the BHEF on our community.”

BHEF-Gala.16-0341-1881x2822“We are honored to be recognized for our involvement with the BHEF,” said Cathy Pinsky of Pinsky Studio.  “The Byram Hills School District is a truly exceptional place for children of all ages, and we are thrilled to play a role in the success of its students and the community.”

Cathy Pinsky, of Bedford, is a professional photographer who is a regular contributor to Westchester Magazine. Cathy has snapped for major fashion and retail accounts like Calvin Klein, Donna Karan, Marc Bouwer, Ellen Tracy and Todd Oldham, Fortunoff’s,, and Bed Bath and Beyond. She was the official photographer for the New York 7th on Sixth Runway Shows in Bryant Park for eight years. Her studio currently serves local businesses and families specializing in weddings, family portraits and mitzvah parties, products, food, editorial and environments.

The Byram Hills Education Foundation is a not-for-profit corporation that provides support to the teachers and school administrators to introduce innovative programs, equipment and technologies beyond what is covered by the School District’s annual operating budget.  Since its inception in 1994, the Foundation has awarded 340 grants totaling more than $4 million.  More information about the Foundation is available at

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