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Nancy is a native Atlantan who is a two-time cancer survivor and the mom of a disabled child. 


   She's an independent Photographer and Writer. For many years, she has specialized in non-verbal communication, and in marketing to women. Prior to turning pro, Nancy was a photography hobbiest and she was also a commercial make-up artist working with fashion and editorial shoots for other photographers. She was in demand for teaching seminars with classes for private photography groups on the power of light and make up. 

     After turning pro, Nancy worked for Allison Research Technologies as a Product Photographer and Graphic Designer. She provided Graphic Design, Package Design, and Web Elements along with Product Photography for an innovative Virtual Reality Marketing Analysis and Research program. Their client list was drawn from top Fortune 500 companies and included Coke, Wendy's, Pfizer, P&G, and Revlon. Nancy was 2-D Project Manager for Coke's Marketing Research study for Vault and Coke Zero.


     Nancy's Fine Art Photography has been featured in many art shows and has found collectors as far away as China and England. You can find more available for sale online at ArtPal,  Amazon and Blurb.

Additional Artistic pursuits: 

     In 2001, she acted in an independent film titled "S o n  of  M a n" based on a modern day Jesus who had been raised in the American culture from birth. The family was portrayed as economically disadvantaged and largely uneducated. Jesus was portrayed as being extremely overweight. (Nan was key make up for the movie and also played the role of Mary, who smoked Marlboro reds and sported chipped nail polish.)  "S o n  o f  M a n"  opened at the 2002 Atlanta film and video festival. It was honored for its special artistic value at the 2003 Philadelphia International Short Film Festival. In 2009, Nancy was a member of The Outer Planet Players a theatre group on Hilton Head Island performing in Indiscretions and Alter Egos.


     Nancy is an active volunteer and has often served as an advocate to disabled adults in addition to her son. She also is an advocate for disadvantaged women who are survivors of domestic abuse and/or childhood abuse. She has donated work to Prevent Child Abuse Georgia, Go Georgia, and Art for Justice and other silent auction fundraisers to help organizations such as Bluffton Self Help. 


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