Category Archives: Inspiration

Expedition: Norway to Brazil

  This fall, I’m heading out for a month-log expedition cruise from the fjords of Norway to the rainforests of Brazil. The trip is a collaboration between the Polar Arts Program and Hurtigruten cruise line. During this unique opportunity, I’ll continue work on my Oceans project, lecture on photography and document the voyage for passengers […]

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New Work: After Hours on Ocracoke

  It’s been a bit of a whirlwind this year with my dog photography business beginning to take off. I’m grateful for that and excited to see where it goes. I’m having a ball photographing animals but my heart still yearns for photographing wide open spaces – especially with water and fog. If you hadn’t noticed, I have […]

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Photo of the Week: A study in minimalism

I’m re-visiting the work I did on Ocracoke Island back in November and came across this image. The more vitriol I see on social media and in the news the more I’m drawn to images like this. Wide open, minimal, simple yet dynamic space. It’s all around us, if we pay attention.  

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Destination: Iceberg Alley, Newfoundland

Alluring and majestic, the iceberg has been on my photographer bucket list for a long time. Over the years, I’ve been inspired by hauntingly beautiful images from friends and colleagues of these frozen sculptures of the sea. This summer, I had the opportunity to see their grandeur for myself while traveling through Newfoundland’s northern peninsula. Admittedly, our timing […]

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Newfoundland: Cabot Strait Triptychs

Last month my husband and I made the trek to western Newfoundland from northern Virginia. It’s a long drive (about 3 days) but I’m a seasoned road-tripper and once you get to Maine there’s no traffic. Imagine that, DC’ers! The final leg of the trip is crossing the Cabot Strait. It’s a 6-8 hour ferry ride from […]

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