Bio My passion is to have a deep understanding from my client of what the intent is behind their design. From that understanding, I create my photographic images to reveal to the viewer the interplay of form and function – images that capture the essence of a place. As the light dances across the exterior and through the interior spaces, the images are often punctuated by people going about their daily lives as their presence further defines the beauty and vision of design. Photography is a fusion of the visual arts and scientific innovation. I was lucky in that I grew up in a family that had a deep affinity for both the arts and the sciences. My father was a classical musician and a founding member of a quartet that revolutionized chamber music playing. My mother was a physician at a time when few women were practicing medicine. Both were enthusiastic amateur photographers. So it makes perfect sense that on my 7th birthday, when I received the camera I had begged my parents for, I chose photography as the path that would blend my parents’ connection to art and science so beautifully. From then on, a lot of what I saw in the world was seen through the viewfinder of a camera. My love of the arts, and photography in particular, eventually led me to the Rhode Island School of Design where I studied a wide range of artistic pursuits including art history, film, graphic design, painting, textiles, woodworking + furniture design, while concentrating on photography under the tutelage of two important figures in the world of art photography, Harry Callahan and Aaron Siskind. My artistic sensibilities thus refined and focused, I ventured off to pursue a life in photography. My studies in the various disciplines of the arts, along with a family culture steeped in music and science, give me a unique view of architecture and interiors. In many ways I see architecture as a musician might see a musical composition, a manuscript to be interpreted by my eye, my heart, my hands, and my camera brought to visual life in the form of photographic images. Capturing the sculptural elements of form, space and detail as they create the skin to enclose an incredibly complex machine that lies at its heart. I’m passionate about capturing the rhythm and spirit of my clients’ work, translating three dimensional space into imagery which reveals my clients’ design vision.