Annie Marie Musselman
Angel in Blue, 2008
7.5x10.25" image on 8.5x11" paper
Archival pigment print
Sarvey Wildlife Care Center rehabilitates injured and orphaned wildlife in the Pacific Northwest. They receive immediate medical care, food, and shelter and stay there until they are ready for release back into the wild. Wildlife education programs offered help to sensitize the public to the needs of conservation of wildlife for current and future generations. The ultimate goal is to keep Northwest wildlife safe and reproducing, while balancing the ecology.
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Annie Marie Musselman was born south of Seattle in a quiet town surrounded by deep forests and cold water. As a child, she trailed behind her father as he captured the landscape in watercolors. She majored in studio art at a small Midwestern college, and spent a year studying photography in Marseilles, France. Her personal project, Finding Trust, started 6 years ago at a wildlife sanctuary near Seattle, has won awards and is featured in several magazines and exhibitions. “I strive to confront the destructive side of human impact on the survival of all wild creatures.” Currently she is working on a project photographing animal sanctuaries to raise awareness of the fragility of endangered/indicator species – animals which if saved, would save countless other species as well. Annie’s work can be seen in American Photography 25, Outside, National Geographic Adventure, Harper Collins, Elle, Travel + Leisure, The New York Times and Newsweek among others. Her work is currently in the Changing Earth exhibition at the Ansel Adams Gallery in Napa Valley.