Category Archives: NYC

From the Road – 2/12 to 3/12/2015

Like every other person’s before and after mine, my life is a complex mess of zigzagged paths of moments, shimmering and reverberating against each other like currents in the live wires that vector the landscape along the many highways I’m always driving. The magnitude and direction of each point in my life trails and webs together with […]

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Triptych

Once I was a big drop of water; I spread around and became part of many living in the land . . . And in three different lands – a triptych of settings and details and lives lived in this one body – I made my way – growing, struggling, and thriving through the scenes. The […]

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America the Beautiful

America is a beautiful and complex land. Every day, I am grateful for this place, this country of mountains, craggy and curved; beaches, windy and blue; roads, long and winding; homes, simple and stoic; fires, hot and cheerful in summer. Those of us fortunate enough to have criss-crossed this wide country many times on long […]

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As Luck Would Have It

I always feel so lucky and surprised to meet and grow to know the people that I meet. And Jackson, Suzanna, and Adam are no exception. We met first when I photographed Jackson last November as a chubby, twinkle-eyed little acorn that scooted around on his butt and screamed with delight at the sight of […]

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Beanzo

At Brooklyn Bridge Park on one of the first warm days this spring, I photographed the Dary Family, Jen, Chris, and Noah. Oh, Bean. What a light-filled little lad! You are sunshine in peanut form. Noah was the first chitlin that I nannied for after I moved to Brooklyn, and from five months to 1.5 […]

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