For as long I can remember, I have always had a camera. I started with a Kodak instamatic with blue flashcubes and continued on with hand me down cameras from the 1960’s and 1970’s. After college I was able to afford new equipment and eventually switched to digital cameras. Both my grandfather and great grandfather were studio photographers and I have always felt like the drive to take pictures was in my blood.
My eye is naturally drawn to colors, patterns and details. Taking photographs is like a dance to me- I love moving in and around a subject, trying different angles and distances and manipulating natural light. I like to use a variety of tools to capture how I feel at the scene rather than just make a snapshot of what I see.
Matted photographs and cards available at Whidbey Artists Collective at Ken's Corner, 4141 WA Hwy 525, 3 miles from the Clinton Ferry Terminal.
Shoreline 8X8 Online Show, July-Aug 2020 Shoreline Arts Festival Online, June 2020 CVG Juried Show, Bremerton, January-February 2020 Whidbey Island Center for the Arts, Langley, October 2019 Whidbey Art Gallery, Langley, September 2019 Coupeville Arts Festival, August 2019 Kingston Arts Festival, July 2019 Whidbey Island Fair, July 2019, Superintendent's Award Edmonds Arts Festival, June 2019