Biography: In the 60s, I studied photography at the New School in NYC and spent thousands of hours in the darkroom. My hope is that my work shares those moments that have no language other than beauty. That it might serve as a vehicle to stir pleasure, respect and a sense of the importance of conserving what is now fraught with unhappy change and threatened loss. I am currently exhibiting, lecturing and conducting workshops at the Art School of Columbia Count. The Berkshire-Taconic Community Foundation has awarded me a grant to continue my photography on land conservation.