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.

Editing Lightly

Editing Lightly

Every photographer has their own style in how they work, especially how they like to edit. I  wrote about how I work and why I tend to edit lightly here.

Wise Women Project: Dana Willett

Wise Women Project: Dana Willett

I photographed Dana on a picture-perfect day on her Boulder farm. There was the inevitable chaos with dogs, horses and loose chickens, and all of that is what made our work together so special. Seeing someone in the place she is meant to be always is. Read her...

College Headshot

College Headshot

Raul Dominguez is a doctoral conducting student at CU Boulder, and was one of my favorite photo shoots! Raul was in need of a headshot but on a student's budget, and I was honored to help. What a charismatic and talented young man! I can't wait to see all the places...

Magnificent Men Project: Rob Salcido

Magnificent Men Project: Rob Salcido

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: Michelle Pinkowski

Wise Women Project: Michelle Pinkowski

Michelle and I met on a gray afternoon on the University of Colorado campus. We almost cancelled our outdoor session, thinking it might rain any minute, but I'm so glad we moved forward. Cloudy days often provide some of the best portraits. Gray day photos tend to be...

Magnificent Men Project: Geoffrey O’Keeffe

Magnificent Men Project: Geoffrey O’Keeffe

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: Judy Mastrine

Wise Women Project: Judy Mastrine

The 2021 Wise Women Project launches with interviews and portraits of women in the arts in Boulder County. The goal of the #WiseWomenProject is to recognize and spotlight women over 50 in our community. I want to recognize and give voice to the many ways these women...

Wise Women Project: Marsha Steckling

Wise Women Project: Marsha Steckling

Marsha is a talented photographer in her own right specializing in photographing dogs and their owners. She needed photos for her website and 'borrowed' a dog so that I could capture her special connection with man's best friend! About photography, Marsha said: "It’s...

Wise Women Project: Karina Plocek

Wise Women Project: Karina Plocek

One of the things I love about photographing women in their favorite spaces is how relaxed and 'real' they are. Louisville's Karina was lovely before the pool and in her element in the water. She's a competitive masters swimmer who is constantly breaking her records...

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