My photography focuses on social documentary issues. Since early 2012, I have photographed cultural, ethnic and religious diversity in New Hampshire. Working with immigrants and refugees, my photographs illustrate and honor the lives of “new Americans” who have resettled in New Hampshire.
My photographs of have been displayed in group and solo exhibits at conferences, universities, colleges, and cultural centers. In 2014, my work was selected for a juried exhibit on “The Environmental Portrait” at the NH Institute of Art. I have give numerous talks on my work.
I have studied photography at Maine Media Workshops, Center for Photography at Woodstock, Photographic Resource Center , and Griffin Museum of Photography). I hold a Certificate in Photography from the NH Institute of Art.
A book of my photographs and stories by refugees about resettling in New Hampshire was published by Peter E. Randall Publisher in 2015, and has received two national awards.