MaryAnne is a graduate of the University of Phoenix and holds a masters degree in Education. She is also graduate of Mercer University and holds a bachelors degree in Communication with a minor English and she has a degree in Journalism from Georgia Perimeter College.
MaryAnne has been taking pictures since she was 10-years-old and enjoys being able to work with people from all cultural backgrounds. A native of Germany, she has traveled to various parts of the globe honing in on her photography skills. Through photography, she is able to tell a story without saying a word, thus capturing the true emotion, the happiness and joy - the real expressions; she loves capturing the flow of events as each unfolds.
MaryAnne travels to all parts of Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, North and South Carolina and Mississippi for photography opportunities.
MaryAnne was the Arts and Entertainment Editor and Photographer for The Collegian Newspaper at GPC until she graduated. She wrote articles on various topics, including articles on up- and-coming artists in the music industry, news events, professor profiles and she also volunteered for a vast amount of charitable events for GPC and won the President's Award for being on the President's Honor Role throughout her studies and for her volunteerism in 1998. She has been published in the Atlanta Journal/Constitution newspaper, and various magazines across the U.S.