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Welcome to my website.
Here is my story:
I was born and raised in Westport, Massachusetts. I have always loved animals and nature. As a child I would always bring home strays, dogs,cats,bunnies,and birds. My first camera was a Brownie. I have always loved taking photographs.
In 1977 I moved to upstate New York. The mountains and wildlife are spectacular. I really didn't start taking photography seriously until about 1979 when my son was born and in 1982 when my daughter was born. Even then, still taking a lot of photographs and filling lots of photo albums, I didn't start promoting my photography till many years later.
In 1999 I decided to take a few photography classes. At that time I purchased a Canon Rebel film camera with a couple of different lenses.
In 2004 I remarried. My husband is a photographer also. Together we photograph weddings and do family portraits. My husband Ed is also a photography teacher. My passion for my photography is wildlife and nature. I do do some landscapes but I mostly concentrate on wildlife / nature.
Now with everything becoming digital, I own and use a Canon 10D. The lenses I use are a Canon 100 x 400 with an image stabilizer, a Tamron 28 x 200, a wide angle lens 18 x 55, and a Canon macro lens.
I have published two books. A child's book titled ' Birds In Your Backyard' and a picture book titled 'Wolves Of The Wolf Mountain Nature Center.'
As you can see from my website I love to photograph birds, wolves, actually almost anything. In case your wondering where I photograph the wolves, arctic foxes, and coyotes, I volunteer at The Wolf Mountain Nature Center in Smyrna, New York.
I hope everyone enjoys my photography as much as I do sharing it with you.
Thank you for stopping by and please feel free to leave any comments.