Rosemarie Romero was born in the Dominican Republic and raised in Miami, FL. She received a BFA in studio art from Florida International University in 2009, and an MFA in Creative Photography at the University of Florida in 2013. Her photography, installation, and performance work is a critical celebration of femininity, cultural exchange, and social interaction, while addressing issues of gender, class, race, sexuality, and work. She has exhibited her art and pop-ups in alternative and formal venues such as Locust Projects, NSU Art Museum, PAMM Pride, Ringling Museum of Art, Art Center South Florida, Girls Club annex space, Art Fort Lauderdale, III Points Music Festival, and Space Mountain Miami among others. She was recently featured in WLRN Sundial radio show on NPR. Passionate about arts education and photography, she’s taught photography at University of Florida, MIU of Art & Design, Barry University, Project Art, and MOCA North Miami. She currently teaches Digital Photography and Visual Arts courses at Nova Southeastern University.