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In my early life, I was immersed in different cultures. Both of my grandparents were new to America. The sounds, smells, customs, food, dress and stories stoked my imagination.
It was a sensory experience on many levels. It expanded my mind’s eye.


Looking through a camera lens, I open my mind’s eye and try to experience what I see. What will move me? Will it be the light, shadows, shape, movement, or the soul reflected in an eye?
The process of creating for me is never the same because it is raw, unfiltered and not planned.

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When something moves me,
I feel alive and in the moment.
I am open to what life has to offer. I want to share my mind’s eye with others. The inter-connectivity of life fascinates me.
I want to connect.


I wanted to find a way to create a sensory experience to share.
Having access to some of the finest museums for antiquities and art in NYC helped me fine tune what moved me.
In art school, I wanted to learn about mastering tools to create my own sense of self expression. I always needed the freedom to organically create.


My intent may be to go whale watching but when I am there, I let the moment take me and try to capture it through photography. After the experience, when I go through my prints, I only select ones that move me and try not to over analyze it. What thrills me the most is when people are moved by something I create.It is not necessary that they see what I saw but that they feel something. The image may reflect something in their life.


You can technically take a perfect photo. But for me, it needs to be more about a connection that people have with it. I did a mixed media piece entitled ‘History of Red’ and it was fascinating to watch people’s reactions. People stared at it and had conversations. It evoked something.
I want my art to be visceral.

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