“A Freelance photographer with a goal of bringing awareness to special places throughout the world.“
She specializes in threatened and endangered species. Her specialties are macro and long lens photography. She has photojournalism and documentary experience. Her travels have taken her around the world to extraordinary places such as the Galapagos Islands, Cuba, Costa Rica, Namibia, Norway, Puerto Rico, and Southern Africa.
Maresa's career includes Chapter president of the American Society of Media Photographers of Central Florida, served on the board for Sarasota Audubon Society, and a founding member of the North American Nature Photographers Association.
Her photo credits include: Audubon, Living Bird, Mother Earth News, National Geographic Kids, National Wildlife, Outdoor Photographer, Ranger Rick, Scholastic Library, Sierra, Smithsonian, Time for Kids, and more . . . Maresa recently published her first book, A Trail Riders Guide to Camping with Horses in Florida, published by Creative Books and available on www.amazon.com.