Marcia enjoys nature and travel photography. She is also a member of the Georgia Nature Photographers Association. Her work has won various awards at the Georgia National Fair, GNPA competitions, and the Tobler Mill Art Fest, and she has been juried into Slow Exposures and Atlanta Celebrates Photography.
Marcia is a native of California and a graduate of the University of California in Berkeley. She has a Master's degree in Social Welfare. Marcia moved to Georgia in 1997 and she works part time for Be in Health as a teacher. Marcia has an autobiography entitled A New Song for Marcia which gives testimony to the transforming power of God in her life.
After moving to Thomaston Marcia took up photography following in her father’s footsteps. She loves to photograph at nearby Callaway Gardens and other beautiful sites in Georgia. She also is a world traveler and has included two photographs taken in Israel. Her trip to Israel in 2007 was a high light in her life.