Donna Rosser is a fine art photographer who loves to photograph the usual and every day scene. As a child growing up in rural Virginia, she explored the woods with one grandfather and worked gardens with both. Each grandfather shared with her their natural knowledge; one speaking of the animals and the trees and the other speaking of the sky and weather. Donna is drawn to scenes that evoke childhood memories. She also has a background in mathematics and psychology. This cocktail of a southern childhood mixed with a museum-curator mother and a classic-car-flipping father make for an interesting perspective in her photography.