Little something about me. My love of photography began in high school where being a teachers aid in photography class kept me out of AP Spanish, I was happy about that. I attended Moore College of Art and Design in Philadelphia graduating with a BS in Photo. I then apprenticed with several photographers before landing my first magazine shoot documenting interiors, which I loved. I had a wonderful steady base of architects, builders, landscape and interior designers in the outskirts of Philly before my husband decided to go for a doctorate in Vermont where we moved in 2006.
When the crash of 2007 happened, I added website designing to my offerings, and that proved to be another area where I enjoyed working. I now split my time between clients in the PA/NJ region and in the VT/NH areas, and am a member of AIA Vermont. I also volunteer teaching adaptive sports, from blind rock climbing to hand cycling, from sculling to skiing, starting New Hampshire's first adaptive rowing program though Lake Sunapee Rowing Club.