I’m a full-time photographer. During the last eight years, I’ve developed a new form of abstract photography: extracting patterns never seen before from the objective…first in nature on the beach, now inland, even in the built world. It started in 2014 on a scorching beach in Costa Rica’s Guanacaste Province, when I saw the ocean cut extraordinary patterns in the volcanic sand. At first I collected them like seashells at the high tide line, but over 13 return visits, I discovered how to find more exciting images. Eventually, I joined the ocean in its process capturing patterns that only lasted for the seconds of a small wave. Then with the sun, sea and lens all at the correct angles, I made natural colors appear in the water and on the sand. I never Photoshop. The unique images you see are what I saw.


Silvermine Guild of Artists

Rowayton Arts Center (Exhibiting Artist)

The Carriage Barn Arts Center

Ridgefield Guild of Artists

Cultural Alliance of Fairfield County

Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts (Elected Artist) 

Stamford Art Association

Art Society Of Old Greenwich and Greenwich Art Society

Private Collections

Her work is hanging in the personal collections of homes in:
New York
San Francisco
Los Angeles
Washington, DC
Marthas Vineyard
Darien CT
Greenwich CT
Stratton VT
Beaverton OR
Palm Springs CA
Portsmouth NH
Rome, Italy
Sydney, Australia