Rosemary Macuga lives with her husband Ron in the quaint river town of Beaver, Pennsylvania. Presently, she is a part-time Resident Artist at the Lincoln Park Performing Arts Charter School where she teaches visual arts and photography. As a freelance graphic artist, she has illustrated educational storyboards for the National Network of Digital Schools. Rosemary achieved her BFA at Edinboro University, Edinboro, PA, and acquired a Master's Degree in Organizational Leadership at Geneva College, Beaver Falls, PA. Always passionate about the diverse mediums and expressions of art, Rosemary founded The Hallway Gallery in Beaver and represented the artwork of Pittsburgh area artists for several years. As a member of the renowned Silver Eye Center for Photography, located on the Southside of the city, she has exhibited her eloquent black and white images that translate into intimate themes and stories. She has won various awards and gained recognition by displaying her photographs in galleries throughout the Pittsburgh region, along with a few humorous pictures printed on the labels of Jones Soda bottles. A seven year member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, she has developed a rapport with fellow authors and illustrators while working steadily on new story-lines and character drawings. Rosemary's first picture book, "The One That Counts", was originally published by BatCat Press, Midland, PA, in 2009.