A Life In Photography
I’ve always had a love for art and photography, since my father taught me the basics when I was a child. His experience and passion as a commercial artist encouraged me as I took my first steps to becoming a photographer.
I studied photography at Junior College, before continuing my journey at The Art Institute in Seattle. After college, I pursued a career as a Photo Editor, and have worked in the industry for over 20 years now – with over a decade of that time being at CBS, here in New York.
Over the last few years I have started experimenting with panoramic 35mm and medium format film photography and exploring traditional printing techniques like cyanotype and platinum/palladium. I’m continually interested in learning new ways to capture the world around us.
January 2021--"Uptown Images: A Virtual Art Show"--an online exhibition presented by The Hebrew Tabernacle of Washington Heights, New York, NY
January 2020--"Beyond The Sea: Photographs of the British Seaside" Solo Exhibition--181 Cabrini, New York, NY
June 2019—“Small Works”—Gallery 178, New York, NY
Dec 2018—”What the World Needs Now”—Inwood Art Works Gallery, New York, NY
June 2018 –“Mnemonic, International Photography Exhibition”—H Gallery/DAB Art Gallery, Ventura, CA
June 2018—”Camera USA: National Photography Exhibition and Award”—Naples Art Association, Naples, FL
June 2017—”Taking Charge of Change” – Inwood Art Works Gallery, New York, NY
Nov 2017—”4th Annual International iPhonography Now”–Plymouth Center for the Arts, Plymouth, MA
Nov 2017—”Bridging the Invisible Divide”–Inwood Artworks Gallery, New York, NY
July 2014—”National Photography Competition”—Soho Photo Gallery, New York, NY
Dec 2005—”Beauty: Camera Eye of the Beholder”—Women in Photography International