polaroid back

Hasselblad 500 cm, Polaroid back, Fuji FP 100C film.

Our hotel room in San Francisco - photographed with the hasselblad and a polaroid back.  One of the things I am loving about medium format photography is the ability to switch film types.  As you can see, I'm still learning to find the sweet spot with the polaroid back.  Is it evident I'm truly loving this camera?

I was also extremely honored to read this - seeing my work displayed in homes around the world is truly inspiring!


hi, there

Film. Kodak Ektar 100

Hi, there.  I hope you are well.

It's amazing how much I have missed this little space!  But I have enjoyed my little break immensely.  So much to share with you, my friends.  And I will - slowly, but surely.

Summer is here.  A few ways I can tell ~

+ My baby girl only wants to wear her diaper - nothing else.

+ My 4 year old is almost 5.

+ Evenings are spent at the pool.

+ Lemonade is in heavy rotation.

+ Only white, cotton sheets are on all the beds.

More images, soon!


what makes a house a home

undefinedundefinedundefinedundefinedundefinedundefinedundefined Film. Kodak Ektar 100 I've been thinking a lot about that lately.... what makes a house a home.  Is it family? love? traditions? food?  All I know is that each one of these images captures "home" for me.

As I prepare my family for yet another move, I'd love your thoughts on this!

I'll be away from this space next week, happily enjoying some time offline.

See you soon ~

evening light



Film. Kodak Portra 400.

I love this room in my sister-in-law's home.  During the day, it is filled with light.   And when the afternoon fades into evening, it's easily my favorite place to be...

I recently came across a quote by Maya Angelou that really speaks to me ~

When you learn, teach.

When you get, give.

Simple yet profound, these are definitely instructions for life.