Early mornings have always attracted me; the quiet and emptiness are compelling. A favourite photographic theme is the architectural aspect of city streets. I am fascinated by the relationship of building to street which, taken without cars and people, produces a very different perspective of an everyday space. Beyond the city, the land - quiet and lonely - is open to minimalist interpretations.
I enjoy working alone, but I also work with the three women of Studio 255. Together we have photographed five great cities – Paris, Berlin, Moscow, London and Vienna – each time presenting the results in an exhibition.
For the past eight years I have held an annual salon of current work in My Foyer Gallery. The 2016 exhibition, REDUX, showcases minimalist landscapes.
My work has been exhibited in Ottawa and Toronto and is held in collections across Canada.