"It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are."
~ e.e. cummings
A native of Vermont, Marcia Dolgin has built a career on her love of the arts. She earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture from Boston University School of Arts and over time made a name for herself as a graphic designer, illustrator, hand sign carver, art director, printmaker and photographer.
While living in California, Marcia won an opportunity to attend a workshop with Ansel Adams. This opportunity turned into three years of study with Adams´ team. During this time, Marcia became a master black and white printer.
Marcia returned to New England in 1987 and opened her studio in Sharon, Massachusetts. Her specialty and passion is photographing children and their families in the realm of art. She uses digital imaging and produces all her work in-house on her own printers. She has been named a "master in digital imaging" by the company Yellowhouse.
Marcia is a contributor to several professional photography publications and consults to corporations including Epson of America and Ergosoft. She has won numerous awards and recognition in photography and portrait art.