May 30, 2009


Last weekend was my first time experiencing WaterFire in Providence where they light fires that float all along the river. You can sit in one spot and take it in, or follow the river like a bread crumb trail.

There's room and a good spot for everyone to have an outdoor fireside evening. Even though there were hundreds of people, the atmosphere was slow, calm, meditative. It’s happening through the summer so check out

I went with my friend and fellow artist Becky Daroff who also posted a photo blog about the evening!

May 28, 2009


Preparing photos to make prints and note cards (to sell at SoWa Open Markets this summer) has led me into my European archive. I’ve been looking at photos I haven’t thought about in years! Including these from a high school trip to Venice.

It snowed on the first day of Lent (how perfect after the big party of Carnival!). They say it snows about once every 5 years or so.

May 7, 2009

here comes wedding season

In preparing to meet with this year's brides and grooms I’ve been sorting through old images. Here are some that I’ve selected.

May 4, 2009

Ireland café exhibition

The Keltic Krust, a long-standing Irish bakery and café in Newton, is currently exhibiting photos from my Ireland trip last winter (2008). The reception has been quite positive; regulars notice and appreciate the new images right away, and they have sparked many nostalgic conversations with the Irish customers.

Ancient 'Bee-hive' Hut photo with my artist's statement below.