Rose Marie Cromwell is a photographic and video artist whose work explores the effects of globalization on human interaction and social politics.  She is also interested in the tenuous space between the political and the spiritual. 

Cromwell has been awarded a number of residencies and awards including a Fulbright Fellowship and a Lightwork Residency.  She was named one of "25 under 25 Up and Coming American Photographers" by The Center for Documentary Studies in 2008,  and named one of “15 Photographers to Watch” by the Telegraph in 2014, and "25 Captivating Photographers" by the FADER in 2016, and "One to Watch" by the British Journal of Photography in 2017. She has had solo exhibitions at the Diablo Rosso gallery and the Antitesis Art Space in Panama City, and she participated in the 1st Bienale del Sur in Panama City, and Prizm Art Fair in Miami.  Her first book, El Libro Supremo de la Suerte with be published by TIS books in Spring 2018, which was shortlisted for the Mack First Book Prize this past year.

Cromwell’s work has been published online and in print in a variety of international magazines, including the 2014, 2015, 2016 Vice Photography Issues, Camera Austria, Time Lightbox, ARC Magazine, Musee Magazine, The Oxford American, and The New Yorker. Cromwell is a founder of Cambio Creativo, an alternative arts education initiative based in Panama; and a member of Estudio Nuboso. She has taught at the International Center of Photography, Syracuse University, and at the Aperture Foundation.

Rose is available for commissions. Recent clients include:

Harper's Magazine, The New Yorker, The Wall Street Journal Magazine, The New York Times, The California Sunday Magazine, The FADER, Billboard, Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, AnOther, Vice, Wallpaper, VSCO, The Intercept, FT Magazine, Bloomberg Businessweek, Inc.,, Monocle, Allure, Teen Vogue, Riposte, AARP Magazine, Vice Motherboard + Toyota, Maya Lin Studio, Carrie Mae Weems Studio, Edwina Von Gal and Company