I am an artist working in digital photography. I live and work in Washington DC.
I grew up in a family of makers who were painters, potters, woodworkers. I didn’t find my own way to make art until I discovered photography.
From childhood, I felt a strong spiritual connection to natural settings. Photography gave me a way to connect with the natural world and something concrete came out of the process, an image that could precipitate a new experience on its own.
I received an MFA in Photography from Visual Studies Workshop.
I teach digital photography at Photoworks, a community workshop in Glen Echo, Maryland. I am also a member of the Photoworks Board.