Roxanne’s mission is to create photographs that are beautiful, provocative, and honest. The majority of her images are photographed on location with the use of natural light. Her photography style is often illuminating, as she aims to capture the light of her subjects while having them feel at ease in her presence. 

She holds a BA in Photojournalism and Studio Art with a concentration in painting from UNC-Chapel Hill and the Universidad de Cuyo in Argentina. Roxanne grew up in Asheville, North Carolina, and is now based in Los Angeles. Her dog Finn accompanies her on most adventures.

Roxanne has been published in Alaska Magazine, NPR, American Photo, and The Intentional. Clients include National Geographic, RESULTS, Winter World Special Olympics, and UNC Business School. She has been recognized as a ground-breaker in creativity and new media by the HATCH festival as well as through her work on team projects in the Horizon Interactive Awards. Grants provided by UNC and The Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University have enabled her to work on a range of multimedia projects around the world. 

"By illuminating the human & environmental condition of our planet, my goal is to inspire the protection of our natural world and to help soften the boundaries between cultures." -Roxanne