Rose Anderson uses nature photography and photo illustration as a medium to raise awareness about threatened habitats and wildlife. Her aesthetic draws on childhood storybooks, film photography, and 17th century oil painting, using nostalgia as an urgent call to preserve a fading natural world. Her digital artworks become timeless prints on watercolor paper, and she uses salvaged antique frames as an extension of the images. Anderson lives and works in Baltimore, Maryland, providing interactive art exhibits and programming to the community through libraries and nature centers. She has exhibited in galleries including the Silber Gallery at Goucher College, Baltimore’s Top of the World Gallery, and George Mason University.