My camera lens is my looking glass into evanescent wonderlands. I often shoot in overlooked places – puddles, swamps, forgotten corners of the garden – where I find surprising juxtapositions and ambiguous, layered stories.
I’m particularly drawn to water reflections, where the boundaries between real and reflected are fluid and changing. Many of my images capture a magical, upside-down, inside-out world: leaves adorn monuments, sky and clouds have palpable texture, paving stones part to reveal a secret world. Others focus on layers and complexity in the natural world, and evoke my experience of being in stillness with the flow of time.
My images are as I saw them through the lens, with minimal post processing.
In the last three years, since I began showing my work, I have been in a dozen juried exhibitions. One of my images was selected as Best of Show in the Reflections 2014 exhibit of the Photography Center of Cape Cod. I received a Juror's Award of Merit in the Grand Prix de la Decouverte 2013 International Fine Art Competition. And I had three images selected as finalists in the 7th Edition of the Pollux Awards, and two as finalists in the 7th Edition of the Julia Margaret Cameron Award for Women Photographers.