My work centers on home and community. What does it mean to be home, and to whom do we feel connected?

In Building 1, I photograph my neighbors in their homes - in this large apartment rental complex in Tribeca where many of us have lived since the mid 1970's. As Tribeca gentrifies we represent the last bastion of diversity in our neighborhood.

In Second Time Around, I delight in observing my new husband Joel, as he goes about living day to day. I had been a widow since 2008, until I met Joel online. We married in 2012.

Online articles about my work

Building 1: Slate.com Behold blog

Building 1: TribecaCitizen

Second Time Around: Lenscratch

Online magazine article - F-Stop Magazine:


Podcast interviews:

TWIP/Street Focus, Valerie Jardin on episode no.10

TWIP/The Candid Frame , episode no. 292

Online interview F-Stop Magazine:


Solo Exhibitions

September 2016: Camerawork Gallery, Scranton, Pennsylvania: Building 1

Juried group exhibitions::

November 24 – December 13, 2016: PH21 Gallery, Budapest, Hungary: "Portraiture", Honorable Mention

July/August 2016: Center for Fine Art Photography, Ft. Collins, Colorado: "Portfolio Showcase 9"

July/August 2016: Station Independent Projects, NYC, NY: "WE: AMEricans"

August/September 2015: Ripe Art Gallery, Huntington, LI: "The Rights of Summer"

DecemberJanuary 2014: Ripe Art Gallery, Huntington, LI: "What is a Portrait?"

Featureshoot.com "What are you Thankful For?", November 2014