I was born and raised in Maine. I am fortunate to have worked and lived for 30 years in Brooklyn, amidst the energy of the city that never sleeps. I have now come home to Maine with my beautiful cat, LilyBay.
My sister and I own a primitive camp in northern Maine which was passed down from our grandfather who purchased the one room, tar paper, hunting and fishing camp in the late 1950s. Now two rooms, it sits on the shore of First Roach Pond with unparalleled views of Big Spencer, Shaw and Whitecap Mountains. No electricity, no indoor plumbing (but a spiffy outhouse!), no heat or running water...just the place to get my creative energy flowing.
I am a keen observer and small details have a way of jumping out at me, begging for further exploration. My photography strives to capture moments, moments that might go unnoticed.
In addition to my devotion to photography, I am an avid kayaker, stand-up paddle boarder, skier and hiker and a serious National Park junkie.