My work is informed by my fascination with the ability of images to create new realities. Lately I have been focusing on the intersection of printmaking and photography, questioning our understanding of how these media impact our experiences and our reactions to the world around us.
The Last Few Years
As a photographer I am interested in the intersection of the past and the present. Over the years I have enjoyed the challenge of trying to represent an alternate universe where perception and reality either collide or collaborate.
I began to contextualize my documentary and fine art images. My mentors encouraged me to further develop and share my project-based work. The pandemic pushed me forward. There is no turning back.
In 2023, StudioWorks at the Tide Institute and Museum of Art in Eastport, ME offered me a one-month summer residency. In the prior year, the Constance Saltonstall Foundation awarded me a Fellowship in Photography with an artist's residency. I am grateful for those who have honored my work and continue to encourage my endeavors.
Emerging from careers as a published author, licensed investigator, marketing consultant, and nonprofit advisor, I began sharing my art as the pandemic commenced. Trained as an Arts Administrator [MPA], my infatuation with photography began with my first darkroom course post-college. It continued through building a photographic collection and experimenting with alternative processes.
I have been fortunate to engage with many gifted artists, creative thinkers, authors, and humanitarians. Their work has provided me with pathways for inspiration, and I am grateful for their guidance.
Please let me know if you would like additional information about my work or want to be kept up to date on my exhibition schedule.
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