Rosemarie has led a very eclectic life enriched by the many different careers she has had over the years. She is a working actor and a lifestyle model. She was in the Airline Industry for 30 years and has circled the globe many times. Through the Airline Industry she had the opportunity to become an International relief worker and spent many years shuttling back and forth to India, Korea and Africa to work with abandoned and orphaned children.
She was instrumental in the development of Lull-a-Band, a product that alleviates the pain on infant colic. You can find out more about colic and Lull-aBand at www.nocolic.com
After retiring Rosemarie says, " I now had the time to literally stop and smell the roses. The details of nature never cease to amaze me. I am completely captivated by the intricacy of a flower and the details that are interwoven in plants. I feel nature is the consummate artist.
Rosemarie goes on to say that she is hesitant to refer to what she does as "work". Her Main focus is to share with you the details of the flowers and plants as she views them. She feels that the black background intensifies the beauty of each subject she approaches.
Today, Rosemarie resides in the tropical paradise that she shares with her husband Stephen, their cats, dog, fish, birds and other critters.
Rosemarie's work has graced the covers of Magazines, Novels and many other commercial projects. She has exhibited at The Gallery at Ocean Reef, The Wirtz Gallery, the Vault Gallery, Mirror Image Gallery.
The Village Gallery and Fairchild Tropical Gardens. Her images also appear in the lobbies of Major Hotels and commercial buildings.