Lee Anne White is a photographer and writer whose work is rooted in the landscape—the terrain, what grows there, the history of the land and our connection to place. Her work has been exhibited in both solo and juried shows—including more than 30 works on permanent display at Brenau University—and she is the recipient of three Julia Margaret Cameron Awards for black-and-white photographic series.
Lee Anne served as the editor-in-chief of Fine Gardening magazine, photographed more than 70 magazine features, produced nearly 20 books, and has taught photography workshops for more than 20 years. In addition, she has worked extensively with landscape architects and documented many historic properties for the Historic American Landscapes Survey. She has an undergraduate degree in journalism and broadcasting from Brenau University and a master’s degree in creative studies from SUNY/Buffalo State.