Where I’ve been

Whether I’ve been traveling, wandering my neighborhood or working on portraits or a photojournalism project, I’m jazzed by the visual stories I have the opportunity to encounter and love sharing what I’ve noticed with you.

 “Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.” ~Edward Degas 

Visual Stories

Some images become favorites. Maybe it’s the color, the emotional response, the memory of the day I captured the photo. Sometimes I know what makes the image special, other times it doesn’t matter. This is a space for me to get personal, share a few stories, and provide a glimpse into my creative mind and how I see.

Peonies

Peonies

My garden is an important muse. This year the peonies have been beyond comprehension! The joy of fresh cut peonies in my kitchen feeds my soul. Here are some of my favorite peonies portraits.

The Value Of Print Versus Digital Images

The Value Of Print Versus Digital Images

Many years ago, as I was preparing to sell my home back in Massachusetts, I began to thumb through my photo albums that were sitting in a pile on the floor. Within seconds, I was lost in another time. There were my albums from when I was a bit of a geeky girl in high...

Spring Sessions

Spring Sessions

It feels like winter has been long this year, but last week spring was in full bloom! I was in California visiting family when I came upon these lovely flowers. At first glance I thought they were lupines, but I don't think they are. Oh, the signs of spring! My...

Hiring A Photographer

Hiring A Photographer

Just like you, I want to be hired by clients who like my style and can afford my prices. Hiring a photographer is a bit like commissioning an artist to create a work of art for your home. You wouldn't hire an abstract artist for a painting if you are into realism and...

Self Portrait: A Muted Palette

Self Portrait: A Muted Palette

As an artist, I pay particular attention to the work of other artists, noting what appeals to me. The past few weeks, I have been most drawn to muted palettes and monochromatic landscape images and self portrait. I was then curious how subtle contrast would look in...

Tips For A Successful Photograph Session

Tips For A Successful Photograph Session

While I meet with everyone I photograph before our scheduled time, there are some things to consider before the day of your session. I put together this tip list to make the most out of your day in the spotlight. Whether we are spending an hour together or you have...

Magnificent Men Project: Paul Gyodo Agostinelli

Magnificent Men Project: Paul Gyodo Agostinelli

As a photographer and writer, I am incredibly curious about aging. What does it mean to get older in America? How do we view the process and those that are ahead of us? What are the blessings and what are the challenges? And why can’t we see aging for what it is...

Wise Women Project: Susan Olenwine

Wise Women Project: Susan Olenwine

Photographing a talented pianist like Boulder's Susan Olenwine was a delight to all of my senses. She practiced as I photographed. You can read my full interview with Susan here. This one of my favorites from the day: The 2021 Wise Women Project features interviews...

Magnificent Men Project: David Secunda

Magnificent Men Project: David Secunda

As a photographer and writer, I am incredibly curious about aging. What does it mean to get older in America? How do we view the process and those that are ahead of us? What are the blessings and what are the challenges? And why can’t we see aging for what it is...

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