Janice Stanton is a collage artist, photographer, and filmmaker based in New York City.

She has studied at the Art Students League, International Center of Photography, the School of Visual Arts,, and in workshops with photographers Mary Ellen Mark, Sally Gall, Peter Turnley and Arlene Collins.

Cultural exploration and a refined eye inform her work in all media: she finds in her surroundings the texture and detail from which she creates abstract moments from everyday life. 

In addition to her collage work and photography, in 2005 she began producing documentary films about other artists.  In 2007, she co-founded Amici Productions with Alice Shure.  Together they produced MAKING SPACE/ 5 Women Changing the Face of Architecture and GRACE HARTIGAN SHATTERING BOUNDARIES.

Her work has been shown in many group exhibitions and was presented in a two-person gallery exhibition in New York City in July 2017.