I am a fine arts photographer whose work reflects my background in film studies—in the primacy of physical gesture and frozen motion, of movement cut by the frame, and of bold color.

My photographs have appeared in recent solo exhibits at the French Cultural Center, Boston, MA, the Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, MA (satellite galleries), and the Davis Orton Gallery, Hudson, NY; were featured in Women 360, South Shore Art Center, Cohasset, MA; and have been shown in many juried group exhibits.

I have created several photo-books: NEW--Available Late November: We Who March: Photographs and Reflections on the Women's March, January 21, 2017, with contributions by thirty photographers and comments by twenty marchers. Also created: a photo/comic book of a dancer incorporated into a Fantastic Four comic: "The Dancer as the Invisible Girl,” and two books of street photos: "Les Mystères de Paris / Paris Mysteries" and "A Week in Prague: Wall People / Street People.”

I am the Photography Editor of the Women’s Review of Books, published by Wellesley College. I hold a Ph.D. in Cinema Studies from New York University.

All images are available for purchase by contacting me.

My books are available for online purchase:

We Who March: Photographs and Reflections on the Women’s March, January 21, 2017: available soon from and perhaps from your local independent bookstore. 

The Dancer as the Invisible Girl

Les Mystères de Paris / Paris Mysteries

A Week in Prague: Wall People / Street People