Marie Cornuelle was born in Oberlin, Ohio. She currently lives in Boston, Mass.
Her photography has been exhibited and sold at the Gallery of Photographic Arts, Boston’s 80 Border Street Cultural Exchange Center, at Northern Ohio galleries including Oberlin’s FAVA Gallery, coffee shops and retail stores.
Pascal Lavigne, a Parisian art collector, owns the original title piece, “Rapid Stasis,” from her first metropolitan show in Cleveland, Ohio.
She is a Kent State University graduate interested in promoting social justice, democracy and a civil society through social media. In 2003, she co-founded and launched Fusion magazine, a bi-annual student media publication that addresses minority issues while encouraging education and awareness of sensitive topics. Since the beginning of its publication, Fusion magazine received recognition from the Society of Professional Journalists and was presented with several Mark of Excellence Awards, including:
* First Place: Best Student Magazine (Published More Than Once a Year), Staff
* First Place: Best All-Around Online Student Magazine, Staff
Since the start of Marie Cornuelle's journalism career in 1997 at Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn., she has worked for several student media publications, Marcus Thomas Advertising LLC and The Cleveland Foundation, Penton Media Inc., SunMedia Inc., Gannett Co. Inc., LPGA’s Sara Lee Classic, Cleveland’s non-profit Greater Community Shares, the Chautauqua Institution’s newspaper - The Chautauquan Daily.
Her work is locally featured in Boston University’s Magazine Bostonia and Internet news source - BU Today. When she is not on assignment, she can be found rock climbing, backpacking, sailing, snowboarding or wandering new cities with her camera always nearby.