Photographing Ride-on Ranch

I so enjoyed photographing the lovely ladies who make great things happen at Ride-on Ranch, an equine assisted therapy non-profit located in beautiful Western Loudoun County.  Their mission is to provide therapy to as many people as possible with cognitive, physical and psychological disability by building social, physical and emotional skills through the use of therapeutic horse back riding and other equine=assisted activities.

Thinking of my Louisiana folks today / Hurricane Katrina hit 9 years ago

I so clearly remember flying over this desolate area in Louisiana two weeks after Hurricane Katrina and being struck that all of the surrounding structures were flattened except this little white church. Three years later, I drove out to Empire, La. to see if the church had survived and was pleased to find that it was in the midst of much-needed repair. From what I understand, the church is now fully restored and…

Washingtonian Mom Magazine

I’m so delighted to see my work in print in the latest issue of Washingtonian Mom Magazine. I had the honor of photographing the fabulous Catherine Merrill Williams (President and Publisher) and Kate Bennett (Editor-in-Chief), along with their cute kiddos. We could title these portraits laughter and love – two of my favorite photographic ingredients. Be sure to pick up the summer issue, which is full of…

Joe’s Barber Shop in New Orleans

Joe’s Barber Shop in New Orleans is a fabulous reminder about the preciousness of community, tradition and simplicity.  Father, son and grandson headed to the barber shop together – priceless.  So grateful to be there to photograph it and meet these warm folks (especially Joe).