Reykjavik — Last year I shot a series called Observing, images of people experiencing art, from museums that we visited around the world that year. Why? Because I’m fascinated by how people observe their worlds, and museums is one example where we’re all seeing the same things, yet we’re often seeing it differently. People’s bodies and actions provide a signal of what’s going through their minds. The continu...
New york — I am not the anywhere but here girl, that is not what this is. I can do this. I can stay put… I can do this. All the bits of Zen and happiness and light I found and gathered and tapped into from six-m...
Curitiba — I didn´t know why I thought this would be a good picture (actually, I don´t even know if it is, in fact, a good one). I simply did it with my camera, and I saw something different, although it is a st...
Do you ever wonder where that road led?
Anywhere but here...(The author squirms in extreme discomfort and restraints are necessary to prevent her from doing something bad)...Part 2
Modern day fear ...
Caught in the act.
Welcome to 3 AM in Iceland in the summer, where the nighttime sun of Reykjavik awaits behind these curtains.
#1: Find the highest point in the city.#2: Sketch walking plans.#3: Walk.
Exploring the wilderness outside our door.
Sometimes random shapes are cool
Take a closer look at LA. It will surprise you.
Taking in the morning light across the Val de Travers
Discovering a few remnants of light as the sun reaches the horizon
Getting very nearly blown off the cliff
Resting in the highlands above the fjord
Standing fearless 600 metres above the Lysefjord
A small stadium over which spanned an enormous roof with a prominent red emblem featuring hammer and sickle.
Wandering my way to the Lapponian Gates
Standing on the blue ice of Lake Torneträsk