Award-winning photographer Deborah Grosmark was born and raised in Rockland County, New York. Focusing primarily on people, artists and acrobats, she prefers using natural and theatrical lighting to capture moments that are genuine, in-motion and true to both their environment and the spirit of the lives she records. Specialties include Circus and Performing Arts such as Renaissance & Period Drama, Medieval Joust, Stage Combat and High-Fantasy for Unit Stills (Film), Documentary, Editorial and Commercial work. Her photographs have been represented in The Carriage Barn Arts Center, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Garnerville Arts Center, Edward Hopper House Art Center, Rockland Center for the Arts, Riverspace Arts, Subconscious (2014 Feature Film), Maryland Renaissance Faire, New York Renaissance Faire as well as private and corporate collections. In 2002, Deborah founded The Creative Arts Corner of Hudson Valley, providing diverse arts-in-education programming for local schools and organizations.

Partial Client List: The Little Orchestra Society/Orpheon, Taconic Opera, New York Botanical Gardens, Renaissance Entertainment Productions, Hilton Media Management, BASE Entertainment, White Tops Magazine, American Youth Circus Organization, Circus Fans of America, Amazing Grace CIRCUS! and The Waterfront Museum.

Published Feature Stories & Photo Essays: Big Apple Circus, Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus and Cirque Éloize (division of Cirque du Soleil).