Anne Delano Weathersby
Anne Delano Weathersby is a local photographer with clients in the Annapolis and Washington, DC area. Her favorite subjects are people, landscapes, and primarily, nature. This means waking up early, traveling far afield, and waiting for the right moment. Anne enjoys sharing her passion for her art and what she captures through her lens.
She is an award-winning photographer who uses digital and video cameras, as well as drones, to capture images of corporate and life events, sports, architecture, real estate, landscapes, people, and nature.
Her photographs have appeared in many national and local publications, including, the Capital Gazette, the Sports Business Journal, the Bay Times (Star Democrat), Conquest Magazine, CURE Magazine, the Tacoma News Tribune, the Harvard College Yearbook, BizPeake Journal, the Society for Georgia Archaeology, as well as websites of the 100 Entrepreneurs Foundation, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Sibley Memorial Hospital, the Annapolis Film Festival, and the documentary, “From Ironclad to Artifact,” funded by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the U.S. Navy. In addition, she works with several corporations and non-profit organizations to make photographs for their internal and/or external use.
Anne participates in several exhibits each year in the Annapolis and Washington, DC area, including exhibits by the Maryland Federation of Art, the Annapolis Arts Alliance, the Digital Photography Club of Annapolis, Mattawoman Creek Art Center, and others. She recently had solo exhibits at 49 West Coffeehouse and Gallery, the Pip Moyer Recreation Center, and Quiet Waters Park, all in Annapolis. She currently has photos on display at several locations, including at the Palliative Care Center at the Hospice of the Chesapeake in Severna Park, and Gallery 57 West.