Water nymphs is a series of underwater images created for a fabric design company.
Searching for Silence
Touching the Abandoned
Ebb and Surge
I am truly thrilled and honored to have six images selected for the Black and White exhibition at F-Stop Magazine. The group exhibit features thought-provoking black and white work by emerging and established artists from all over the world.
“They didn’t recognize me,” I repeat.He stops in turn, my hand still on his arm.”It is because they have never seen you,” he says. “I would recognize you anywhere.” ― Muriel Barbery, The Elegance of the Hedgehog
This has pretty much been me my entire life. Until recently. Not long ago I realized that it’s really not so terrible and not so scary to allow my photography to be seen by others.
And now that I have, my photography is being recognized. Several photography sites have…
Merrik turns 9 years old today. He has begun the path across the threshold of childhood and is truly a young man developing his own ideas about the world and personal independence. I am so proud of the choices he makes and after about a year of him questioning his own choices in life, he is on his way to being a very confident thinker. I have been photographing Merrik in the water since he was born. He started swimming at 7 months…
Following Wendy’s image No. 54 with this:
Dreams On Board
When I was a young girl I read the novel “Dove” by Robin L. Graham. I knew then that I wanted to live life sailing the oceans. When I was in my 30s I met a man who I thought was too much of a city boy for me. I soon found out that he too had dreams of a life at sea. In 2000 we set sail for French Polynesia-3200 miles away-and spent over a…
No. 23 to follow Wendy’s No. 22
My response to Wendy’s image
I had a pretty big year-at least for me. It was a nice gradual process and most of the time I felt as if I was holding my busy-ness at arm’s length so as to not…