A self-taught photographer, I am interested primarily in landscape
and natural phenomena. For inspiration, I look to trees, rocks and
boulders, bodies of water and roofscapes. I am also interested in
monumental architecture as well as the smaller details that define
a location as unique, such as doors, windows, balconies and streetscapes.
Previous exhibits at Hagaman Memorial Library include: LANDSCAPES
NEAR AND FAR, March 2020; ICELAND: GLACIERS, ICEBERGS, STREETSCAPES
AND HARBOR SCENES, February 2019; VIEWS OF BRAZIL, February 2018;
BUILDING SITES: CREATIVE VISIONS, July 2017; GLIMPSES OF GUATEMALA,
January 2017. Also: ABSTRACT REALITIES (Group Show), at Connecticut
Hospice, Branford, CT, September 2016; ATLANTIC AND SOUTHESTERN
ROCKS, New Haven Free Public Library, April 2015; WONDERS OF PORTUGAL,
New Haven Free Public Library, April 2014 and TREES OF LIFE, Wallingford
Public Library, December 2013.
Currently a resident of New Haven, CT, I have also lived in Brooklyn,
NY, Washington, DC and Madrid, Spain. I am a graduate of Albertus
Magnus College and hold master's degrees from New York University,
Georgetown University and
I am a retired librarian who enjoys travel, and have recently visited
Iceland, Brazil, Portugal, Thailand, Laos, Panama and Guatemala.
I am the mother of two adult daughters not wanted by the FBI, and
of big girls Mila and Samantha.