Here is some information about the artists contributing to Robert Manz Studio.

Susan Bell

Susan lives in Thomaston Maine.  When she is not wandering around the Saint George Peninsula taking pictures, she is an emergency room nurse practitioner saving lives.  One senses the sensitivity, care and urgency of this profession in her images, which can be seen on Instagram at @susanbellphotography.

Daniel Bookham

Dan lives in Rockland, Maine, a place he loves dearly for it’s blue collar honesty and creative soul. His favorite subjects are found both in forgotten corners and hiding in plain sight, and hopefully convey the beauty of the every day things and places around him. More of his photos can be found on Instagram at @danielbookham.

Jean Cousins

Jean lives in Cape Elizabeth, Maine where she enjoys exploring everyday life living on the coast of southern Maine. Her work celebrates the fluid changes in the ocean landscape as she roams around her own "back yard" to her favorite beaches, lighthouses, and Portland's working waterfront. Her photographs can be seen at and on Instagram at @jdcousins.

Dan Dishner

Dan Dishner is a fine art photographer and high school teacher living in Camden Maine.  When he is not taking pictures or teaching the next generation, he is roasting artisanal coffees in small batches and delivering them to local fine stores.  More about that is at His photographs can be seen on Instagram at @dan_coffeeontheporch_maine.

Patricia Doon

Patricia is a fine art photographer who keeps her camera ready, eyes open and is inspired by seeing the world through a different lens.  She hopes that her images shine a light for those that see them.  Patricia lives in Yarmouthport on Cape Cod. Her work can be seen on Instagram at @trishdoon.

Lynn Golder

Lynn Golder is a fine art photographer and teaches nursing when she is not taking pictures; she has lived on Cape Elizabeth, Maine for 18 years, where she walks in Robinsons Woods almost every day. She has walked the pilgrimage to Compostella and taken her healing skills to communities around the world.

Dunya McPherson

Dunya Dianne McPherson is a writer/author, choreographer/dancer, tea drinker, & Founder of Dancemeditation™. After many years in NYC concert dance, she splits her time between Cape Cod and New Mexico, sourcing her creative work from surrounding nature and from the body-being in motion. Her literary memoir, “Skin of Glass, Finding Spirit in the Flesh”, chronicles her dynamic journey in embodied mysticism.  More about Dunya can be found at

Robert Manz

Robert Manz is a fine art photographer working in natural light. He loves to wander the Cape Cod shoreline looking for beautiful light. After ten years of publishing his images as note cards and calendars with a sense of place he has undertaken to share that approach to sharing art with other fine art photographers. Hence the mission of Robert Manz Studio. Robert’s images can be found at his personal website and at his studio in Pocasset, MA on Cape Cod. Also on Instagram at @rmanzpho.

Shelli Mobilia

Shelli is a fine art photographer who lives in Onset. Her passion is to watch the beauty of the sunset on the beach unfold before the eyes of her camera, and her bliss is color.

Stephanie Rosseel

Stephanie Rosseel lives in Beverly on the North Shore of Boston and has a studio in Ipswich. She is an accomplished portrait photographer and photography coach.  Her work can be seen online at

Christopher Setterlund

Christopher is an author and fine art photographer. He is a resident of South Yarmouth, and a 12th-generation Cape Codder. His recent publications include “In My Footsteps: Martha’s Vineyard,” “In My Footsteps: Nantucket,” and “Historic Restaurants of Cape Cod.” “Cape Cod Nights” will be published in June 2019.

Dennis Weeks

Dennis is a fine art photographer; he lives in Bourne and spends his time exploring the towns and beaches of coastal New England. You can see more of Dennis’ work at

Frank Winters

A self-taught photographer, Frank started taking photographs casually 25 years ago and became more serious when he retired in 2005. In his work he attempts to capture a personal perception of what he sees, be it beauty, humor, geometry, story, people, action or decay. Frank is a dedicated conservationist; his images here come from his daily wanderings on Cape Cod. His work is regularly accepted into juried shows and can be seen online at