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I received my first 35mm camera in 1970 as a gift. Until then I had never seriously thought of photography as anything other than the headless images my poor father was forever taking. Always out of focus and always – well - headless!
This camera led to courses at the New School with Dennis Simmonetti, a wonderful teacher, who taught me how to look at light and shadow and the colors that come between black and white. Then, sometime in the mid 70’s, when the pressures of work, childrearing and life became too intense and my camera was stolen, I gave away my darkroom equipment and began to take snapshots just like my dad, only with heads!
Over the past three years I have returned to the camera as one form of my artistic expression. My photographs cover a range of topics and shooting experiences. From Paris to Tuscany to Nairobi to Manhattan and Brooklyn, I carry my camera and search for images that draw me in with the story they tell.
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