Out of over 2400 entries world-wide, one of my photographs was a finalist and another was a semi-finalist in the Braun Core International Photo Competition.
Two of my photos were chosen as finalists out of more than 150 entries in the Fifty Shades of Grey art show in Ancaster, Ontario.
I have also had numerous photos exhibited in the McMaster Innovation Park's Art in the Workplace.
Taking country drives throughout Ontario is one of my favorite things to do.
With my husband at the wheel and me yelling STOP THE CAR when I see something that catches my eye - something I absolutely must take a picture of.
Then, I can't wait to get home so I can see it all over again!
This has led me to have a rather large portfolio, only a small sampling is shown on this website.
Growing up near Churchill Park in Hamilton and spending so much of my childhood playing in the park and on the trails and ravines,
gave me my appreciation for the incredible beauty around us.
That is probably where my passion for photography started -
wanting to capture all that beauty forever!
I left Hamilton after high-school in 1970 and moved to Toronto and then to Vancouver. Love brought me back home to Hamilton. The love of my high-school sweetheart and my love of Hamilton are what keep me here!
Beginning with the Opening Night Gala on November 29th 2018, I will have 2 pieces in the 28th Art in the Workplace Exhibit at McMaster Innovation Park. This is a jurried exhibit which displays 2 floors of art in the atrium for 3 months.
All work by appointment
Surcharges will apply
for work outside of the
greater Hamilton area
If you want to see more of my work, browse my Portfolio.
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