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About Me

When my grandmother handed me a Kodak Brownie camera at age six, I was hooked. I also inherited her wanderlust, so naturally I’m passionate about travel photography.

I entered the darkroom as a high school senior, honing my skills both in college and later at the International Center of Photography, where watching my photographs come to life under the muted red lights of the darkroom was a welcome break from my day job as an attorney, a chance to let my creative spirit free.

These days, I work as a writer and photographer. Although the computer is my “darkroom,” and my published work often relies on the bright colors of the places I visit, I still love black and white photography: it offers a welcome creative challenge, an opportunity to distill an image down to its essential lights and shadows.


My work has appeared in magazines such as Smithsonian, Scientific American and Coastal Living, on book and calendar covers, and on websites as diverse as and

My fine art photography has been featured in galleries throughout the New York metropolitan area as well as at the Museum of the City of New York. See my new Exhibits page for the latest.

I am a serious photographer. But I believe that art should also be accessible and fun. So, besides selling fine art prints through Crated and Fine Art America, I offer some of my images on home  decor such as pillows, on tote bags, iPhone and other smartphone cases, and even stickers, leggings, mugs, T-shirts and other gifts and goodies on redbubble. For the European market, I sell photographic prints through Photo4Me.

You can reach me for assignments and see my commercial and stock photography here or drop me a line at Marianne(at)travelstockblog(dot)com

Curiosity and passion for new experiences keeps me from narrowing my work to one specialty. So you never know what I may be inspired to blog about. Come explore with me.

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4 thoughts on “About Me

    1. Marianne Post author

      Thanks Brainard! I recently came across a photo of my grandmother sitting on a camel in Egypt back in the 1960’s taken with that camera. She gave it to me when she came home from that trip. I remember when she gave it to me thinking that it was called a “Brownie” camera because I had just become a Brownie as a girl scout. I used to spend hours sitting in her living room reading her Life and Look magazines. What a different world!

  1. Sandra Spalding

    This is a wonderful blog. It is great to read up on your background and recent happenings. Keep up the great work.

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