My first camera was my father’s hand-me-down Brownie Hawkeye. Even as a ten-year-old, I was mesmerized that I could capture the wonders of the world around me. Thus, began a lifelong love affair with photography.
Fifty-five years later, my work is still inspired by my search for elements of enduring beauty. Whether through a natural vista, the geometry of architecture, or a lovely nude, I create images that celebrate the world’s splendor.
I have been exhibiting my photography for the past 30 years. My work has been shown in New York, Boston, Detroit, Nashville, Seattle, the Adirondacks, Miami, Gainesville, and the Fort Lauderdale area. I published five books of my photographs: Prime Time, Stopping Time, Masculine Beauty, World Travel & Masculine Beauty 2. All of them are available through www.blurb.com.
A native of Canada, I have lived for the past nineteen years in the Fort Lauderdale area, with my husband. In addition to my photography, I am a recently retired economics professor, giving both sides of my brain a great workout.