Rosemary began as a photographer in 2001 in a little homemade darkroom created by her roommate, Sally Rodriguez, who mentored her in shooting, processing and printing in black and white. This all took place in their dirt-floored basement in Missoula, Montana, where they spent many many hours developing prints to the tunes of Jill Scott. Rosemary went on to study photography at Hampshire College, where she developed a passion for the color darkroom. She later studied at the International Center of Photography in New York City, where she lives with her little dog, Juju.
Rosemary's work spans the globe, covering almost every continent. Her ethereal, colorful, heartfelt photographs move the soul with their beauty and depth. Follow her around the world and you'll see lions on Safari on an eco game reserve in South Africa, or the lives of an indigenous tribe called the Tarahumara in the Sierra Madre mountain range of Mexico, or a Flamenco dancer on a rooftop in Sevilla, Spain. Currently she's working on photographing ballerinas and other dancers in the streets of major cities like New York, Barcelona and more (stay tuned!).
Portugal, Italy, Spain, South Africa, Brazil, rural Mexico, Montana, New York, Santa Fe, San Francisco, Boulder, St Thomas.