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About Me

Ms. Marcus began her romance with the arts through dance. As a young child, she attended and participated in after school programs and local dance schools. Her passion for the arts flourished once she reached high school, attending Tri-Cities Visual & Performing Arts High School in East-Point, GA and then later in college at Howard University in Washington,DC. 

Ms. Marcus obtained her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance with a minor in Visual Arts-Photography from Howard University. Thereafter, she received her Master of Fine Arts in Photography from Savannah College of Art and Design (Atlanta, GA), and has since worked extensively both nationally and internationally. Some of her accomplishments includes completing SCAD's study-abroad program in Lacoste, France, as well as, showcasing work at China Jinan International Photography Biennial, Exposition des étudiants in France, Hammonds House, Lucinda Bunnen Selects at Atlanta Photo Group (APG), Gallery 72, Peachtree Avenue, Wa Na Wari, and Museum of Contemporary Art (Atlanta, GA) where images from her series, Choreographing my Past, is part of there permanent collection.


In 2022, Ms. Marcus received a grant from Arts & Entertainment where she created her first documentary about the first black dance studios in Atlanta. In 2021 she completed her first 2 year Artist in Residence opportunity at the Cousin’s Promenade Building in Atlanta where she created art around the city. A couple of her published works consist of Inspired Georgia, a book which features many of Georgia's best poets and photographers, Dance Atlanta! a postcard set of images Commissioned by Brown Girls Do Ballet capturing the iconic locations around the city of Atlanta, and her very own Dance Photography calendars produced yearly. Ms. Marcus' most recent accomplishment is producing her first documentary about the first black dance studios in Atlanta, entitled Five Stories.

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Atlanta, Georgia

Tel: 404-981-3096

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