Stacey and Jenny

I was flattered to be asked to document the sweet friendship between two bohemian Americans who met in India while studying Ayurveda.┬áNot many people can cause me to feel boring. This reunited duo had my inner goddess all revved up and ready to ride elephants! It was an Indian celebration. Some wore Saris. Some cameContinue reading “Stacey and Jenny”

One Must Imagine Sisyphus Happy

I have spent so much time in school learning how to use equipment. That was the first really big goal. Getting to know my F-stop, shutter speed, ISO. Manual focus vs. auto. Aperture priority or program mode. Then I was learning about chemicals in the darkroom. What to leave in and for how long variesContinue reading “One Must Imagine Sisyphus Happy”


These are some images from my toy HOLGA camera. When I shoot with my HOLGA, I feel freer to experiment. I think I feel for film photography what my husband feels about his vinyl collection. Some call it soul. I am connected to the art in an entirely different way than my digital work. AsContinue reading “HOLGA”

As if you needed a reason to visit Cancun…

The best ideas are simple. I love this underwater sculpture garden because it encourages “responsible tourism”. It is called The Silent Evolution. The actual sculptures are made from a material that attracts the growth of coral. It is a striking vision to see a crowd of people standing on the bottom of the ocean. IContinue reading “As if you needed a reason to visit Cancun…”

Arbus and Adams

Freaks was a thing I photographed a lot,” she wrote. “It was one of the first things I photographed and it had a terrific kind of excitement for me. I just used to adore them. I still do adore some of them. I don’t quite mean they’re my best friends but they made me feelContinue reading “Arbus and Adams”