-- Lee Anne White
Lee Anne White is a fine art photographer whose work is rooted in the landscape. She creates intimate portraits of place—the terrain, plants and other indigenous elements that give a landscape character. She reveals both the unexpected and overlooked in nature’s details and is drawn by a sense of mystery and an emotional connection to place.
Lee Anne has exhibited her photographs both regionally and nationally, with 30 works on permanent display at Brenau University. She is a photography instructor for Maine Media Workshops and Madeline Island School of the Arts, has produced nearly 20 books, is the former chief editor of Fine Gardening magazine, and has photographed more than 75 magazine features. She earned a master’s degree at the State University of New York/Buffalo State and an undergraduate degree at The Women’s College of Brenau University. She and her husband, Alan, live in Gainesville.