Friday, December 16, 2011


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Thursday, November 17, 2011

more Yoga Series...

Please visit my new blog to see new photographs from my yoga series....

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Sunday, October 2, 2011

Saturday, September 24, 2011

It's new personal record!

I am finally catching up on my blog posts on my new blog....I just posted three weddings from the spring:

 Renee and Richard

Meredith and Rob

Lee and John

To see more images from these weddings, please head on over to my brand new website and blog:

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Brand new blog and website!

I am so happy to introduce a project I've been working on since January:  my very own custom designed website and blog.  Please visit me at to see my new site and access my new blog.

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Brunet-Garcia's inspired marketing pieces for One inThree

Brunet-Garcia ROCKS! One of the many exciting parts of photographing the One in Three portraits was working with this team, so dedicated and passionate about engaging our community in a conversation about education. I love the branding they created! If you look at the new digital billboard on I-95 you might get a glimpse of the One in Three announcement.

Here's a link to their website with photographs of all of the marketing pieces they created to accompany this initiative:

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

One in Three Exhibition is up at the Cummer Museum

If you have been around me in the past year, you have probably heard me talk about the One in Three project I've been working on (click here to ready a description of the project).
Since September, I have been working side by side with the Jacksonville Public Education Fund to create portraits of twenty Duval County High School students which are now on exhibit at the Cummer. This project has impacted me in many ways: it reignited my love of using traditional film cameras and it pushed me to create images larger than I imagined I could (5 feet by 4 feet). But most of all, it helped me see that the actions needed to change the direction of a life are do-able. Each of these students attributes their ability to overcome the challenges in their lives to the loving attention of one adult-- a parent, a teacher, a pastor, a mentor, a friend. I am so excited to begin mentoring this fall.

Over the next few weeks, I will be profiling some of these students and their stories on my blog. I was overwhelmed by their generosity of spirit, their willingness to share themselves and their stories. And I was struck by their hopefulness about the future.

Last night, Hope McMath, director of the Cummer Museum, invited me and my family to tour the exhibit which was installed at the end of last week. What a thrill it was after so many months of work to finally see my finished pieces on the wall.

I am so proud of this project and feel so priveleged to work beside the team at JPEF who care so much about improving the lives of teenagers in our community and to have my work presented so beautifully through the designs of Brunet-Garcia, I also feel incredibly blessed to live in a city which is home to a museum like the Cummer whose staff, led by Hope McMath, are committed to using art to inspire the best in us.

I hope you will consider coming to the free community opening of this exhibition on September 13 from 4-8 at the Cummer and learn about ways you can impact the quality of education for Jacksonville teenagers.

Sunday, May 8, 2011

Graduation time...

We've been spending a lot of time in Tallahassee the past six weeks as Jesse headed towards graduation from college. He'll be heading to Wisconsin to work on an MFA in poetry in the fall, so I've been bugging him and the people he's close to with my camera. A lot. It will be strange to have him so far away...but it's amazingly satisfying to see him so completely happy with his life.

Thank you to all of you clients who have been so patient with me during this busy and wonderful time in my life. You are the best!