Annette Brown is an Atlanta, GA based music and entertainment photographer. Brown has photographed musicians from all genres. Some of her assignments have included photographing live performances of music legends James Brown, The Rolling Stones, Def Lepard, Willie Nelson, Pubic Enemy, Carlos Santana, Cindy Blackman, and U2. Brown has lived and worked in London, England. Her vivid, energetic images have appeared in Vibe magazine, Bender magazine, Vintage Guitar magazine, Straight n Chase magazine, on MTV Networks, VHI, BET Networks, Larry King live and in a coffee table book entitled, “In Concert, Photographs by Annette Brown.” The accompanying “In Concert” exhibit was displayed at the Mobile Museum of Art, along with photographs by photographers Linda McCartney and Ansel Adams. Brown’s work has also been displayed at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles and in the Fulton County Justice Center, which was commissioned by the Fulton County Public Art Council to honor those who lost their lives in the tragic event that occurred on March 11, 2005.