Rosemary began her television production career working on the award-winning children’s TV series The Great Space Coaster. She has produced numerous national TV and radio commercials, videos and promotions for such clients as Hasbro, Playskool, Nickelodeon, AT&T, Procter & Gamble and Revlon. She is a Gold Telly award winner for a public service announcement to prevent child abuse. Rosemary is a Founder’s Day Scholar from New York University, NYC, Tisch School of the Arts, B.F.A. Film/TV.
Rosemary’s writing credits include the personal essay “Nonna’s Pasta Blessing,” published in in the Homefront section of The Christian Science Monitor, re-adapted as “Pass the Pasta” for the anthology Take Two….. They’re Small, Outrider Press.
Her short play Broken Promises was produced at the Theatre Studio, NYC, and The
New Workshop Theater, Brooklyn, NY. Feature articles NY Spirit, Single Living, Women’s News, and more, on such topics as yoga, Kabbalah, rituals, cancer, book reviews, bridal fashions, and celebrity interviews.
She is a recipient of a writing fellowship from the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Amherst, VA.
Rosemary has performed in many TV and radio commercials, both on-camera and as a Voice Over Artist, in regional theatre, and in the comedic, improvisational Off-Broadway hit, Tony ‘N Tina’s Wedding.
Children’s Conference Leader
Rosemary has led children in affirmative and creative exercises on the power of friendship and making positive connections for the “Take Your Children to Work Day” corporate program.
Rosemary is available for workshops and readings.
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