Driving around America for the last six years trying to cover as much of it as I could, going from one
political hotspot to the next, one thing has been clear politicians and the press create a constant
hysteria of the now.
Vision + Document = Mission. This equation has been my photographic mantra for 15 years strong
and continues to be through chronicling a strong, noble and vibrant people living in the present for
others to know in the future.
My work ranges from sculptures to installations using hand-crafted works of fabric, ceramic,
photography, or video projections. My work uses everyday objects to form aesthetic connections
within history, memory,and personal experiences.
My work comprises a visual diary, where each instant is isolated as a fragment of a larger
and often unresolved narrative. My process seeks to explore those instances when we feel as if we
are mere observers to our own circumstance.
Surveillance is now part of our everyday lives. The Surveillance Series asks "Who is Watching?,"
"Who is being watched?." "What is real?." The Snooze iPhone clandestine subway commuter portraits capture unguarded moments of our public lives
I am a, former dancer who photographs dance. I observe and preserve dance for history sake. I am
a mother. I photograph my kids and their friends. I am an artist and I photograph my life, how I
This series chronicles the Gowanus neighborhood in Brooklyn. Inspired by the gentrification of this
neighborhood, I find myself drawn less to the intrusion of the contemporary and more to the
timeworn character of my surroundings.
Run a non-profit that funds grassroots organizations that use Art Therapy programs for some of the most disadvantaged youth in the tri-state area.
Photography has been part of my being since that first moment I picked up my Pentax at 13