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“My work is an attempt to express a personal, often sacred, relationship with the natural world while inquiring into the ways of humans and the interface where the two meet.”
With a degrees in Environmental Studies and Art, my heart has always belonged to both nature and creative expression. Early in my career, I moved on from the Forest and Park Services to art administration and education, all along still indulging my creative vein through ceramics and jewelry-making. After returning from a six-week sojourn to Japan in 2010 with over 3500 photos, I decided to pursue photography and digital art as a primary medium of expression.
Now, as I hike, ski, paddle and peddle through nature’s landscapes, what my camera sees and what I experience are often different. I seek to reconcile that difference through digital editing.
Work from a 6-week pilgrimage to Honshu.
Living in the Sierra Foothills for over 10 years has provided access to unlimited sources for inspiration.
New York City
I make an annual sojourn to New York City to visit family, friends and old stomping grounds.
National, State and Local parks abound in our country. I spend as much time as possible wandering their grounds.
New Work is focused more on imagery than location.
Mount Shasta in Northern California is a constant source of awe and beauty not just for sweeping vistas but in the small details as well.