My hope is that my images will bring you a sense of peace and curiosity to Nature. My biggest goal in photography is to allow the viewer to feel a connection to the natural world. I am a landscape photographer living in Western Maine with my husband and four rescue dogs. In addition to working as a landscape photographer, I am also a full-time clinical social worker. My experience with helping people through difficult times in their lives has carried over into my vision as a photographer and workshop leader. I believe that not only does photography challenge people as individuals, but through a connection to nature the creative process can allow for inner peace and personal growth. Full immersion in the field combined with photographers coming together to explore the natural world is where the magic truly happens during the workshops I lead.
I also work as a contributing photographer and workshop leader for Down East Magazine. My work is on display at Gallery 302 in Bridgton, Full Circle Gallery in Cornish and The Barking Chicken Gallery in Harrison.