With my photography I aim to capture the magic of place, be it the quiet beauty of the country, limestone streets heavy with history, or the intricacy of architectural detail.
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My photo essay “The Accidental Travel Blogger” was published in the winter 2017 issue of Artful Blogging. Download the pdf.
Neist Point, Isle of Skye, Scotland, Summer 2015
Great Mosque, Xi’an, China, Spring 2016
My photo essay “Capture Magic That Hangs by a Gossamer Thread” appeared in the winter 2015 issue of Bella Grace magazine.
Cobbler’s Bench, Bishop Hill, Illinois, May 2013
I am thrilled that my Cobbler’s Bench photo ended up on the cover of Helen Martin Block’s novel The Shoemaker’s Daughter.
Turkish Bathhouse, Akko, Israel, July 2014
Bonnet, Shaker Village, Kentucky, September 2012
Library at Alcatraz, August 2012
Moore-Dugal Residence, built by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1895, Oak Park, Illinois
Chicago Evening Blue
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