Maggie has photographed dozens of 1960s and 1970s rock acts, such as Paul McCartney, the Eagles, Rolling Stones, Fleetwood Mac, and Carly Simon at hundreds of concerts, mostly since 1995. She produced a 2015 calendar for the Zombies, had a concert photo of Colin Blunstone in Goldmine's Dec 2015 issue, and 2 videos in Rolling Stone's Nov 21, 2015 review of Jeff Lynne's ELO, and has sold thousands of rock concert photographs to fans. The Moody Blues have used her photographs on T-shirts twice. Her photos of the Moody Blues were on the cover and insides of Higher and Higher Magazine in the 1990s. Richard X. Heyman, a rocker from New York City, employed Maggie to shoot his Actual Sighs CD covers, and her photos have been in numerous fan magazines. Her archives include photos from hundreds of concerts by the Moody Blues, over two dozen Paul McCartney concerts including the historic Quebec City, Halifax, Citifield and Fenway shows.
Landscape and nature photography
Since the late 1960s she has focused her camera lens on subjects as diverse as mountains (Canadian and Colorado Rockies, Whites, Greens, and Berkshires of New England, the Alps, as well as Fuji in Japan), rainforests (Washington to Alaska), peoples and environment of southeast China, and gardens (English, Dutch, Canadian as well as American gardens. As a Ph.D. environmental professional, founder of a community botanical garden, and performing rock musician, photographs in all of these genres, shooting rock concerts, landscapes of rocky mountains, sea cliffs, flowers, gardens, and environmental and energy installations. In 1981/82 she combined her love of bike touring with photography of the Chinese landscape and peoples. Her slide show featuring photos from this visit to China was shown at the NYC Sierra club and other venues.