Neither my husband Bill nor I knew how much his wedding gift of a digital camera would impact my life.
I see myself as a visual author whose aim is to create an ongoing journal of unexpected moments. I hope to evoke a sense of serenity and wonder.
I think the advances in the technology and the craft of digital photography have created a new medium which I enjoy exploring and adding to my body of work.
I work in the field, wherever that may be, and in my studio. Shooting in the field tends to be opportunistic; I keeps my senses open and sensitive to my surroundings. While studio shooting, I visualize the image and feeling I hope to project, and then aim my camera at that vision.
Each of my images is comprised of one or more of my photographs. I shoot with a Canon Rebel camera and print on a Canon Pro printer using archival papers.
Self taught, I continue to experiment with lighting, shooting techniques, combining images, adding textures and printing on different papers.