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Clients Include: The New York Times • The Guardian • Johnson & Johnson • NBC • A&E • HarperCollins • Simon and Schuster • New York Family • Getty Images • New York Magazine • The Today Show • Random House • Scholastic • Penguin • Little, Brown • Marie Claire • Cosmopolitan • Jordache • Rimmel London • Easy Spirit • Guitar Player • Time Out NY • Fabulous Mama • Mothering • Bust • Emmy • MacMillan • Disney • Hyperion • Bloomsbury • Grazia • Alloy Entertainment • Metro Parents • Tory Burch • Eltern • MCA Records and more.

 

I’ve always been curious. There’s never been an answer someone’s given me that hasn’t elicited a 'yes, but what about…' response from me. I’m endlessly intrigued by variety, chance, differences, options, random fate, social politics, fairness, the unfathomably unfair, and lifestyles different than mine, and I want to vicariously experience, bear witness to and comment on all of it.

I'm an award-winning portrait and documentary photographer who focuses mainly on stories about women’s lives, shooting in a vibrant style developed while working with musicians and celebrities earlier in my career.

The New York Times named my Award-Winning book, Momma Love; How the Mother Half Lives, a Top Mother's Day Gift two years running. Gloria Steinem called it a gift to moms, and it received praise from The Huff Post, Yahoo's Shine, and many others.

Oxygen Television ran a feature on my work, New York Magazine ran a profile, I was briefly The Face of Cosmopolitan Magazine’s “Fun Fearless Female” campaign, and perhaps my proudest moment (besides my marriage, the birth of my son, and my photo projects that have benefited women and children) was being featured on the front cover of The Onion under the headline "Hot Rock n' Roll Chick Totally Married." 

I've had the pleasure of teaching and lecturing extensively, including at The International Center of Photography, New York University, Alfred University, and with Step Up, where I designed and taught a photography program to teenage girls in underserved communities. 

My work continues to be exhibited and published internationally and what compels me is to tell stories about human connections, particularly regarding women.