Landscape photography for me is where I feel the most at ease. Being out in nature and exploring different parts of Eastern Canada allows me to relax and engage with my surroundings. I enjoy capturing the countryside or poking around in a small village or town. The discovery process is endless when I am living through my camera lens.
When I am not on the road, I turn my focus to my hometown. An urban woman on the outside and a nature lover on the inside gives me an edge for looking at my surroundings from a unique perspective. Architectural structures, to city views and street life, I enjoy immortalizing images of the city that tell a story.
Often I use different techniques such as HDR. This requires many different exposures of the same image and merging them into one. This process creates a surreal effect giving a magical quality to the final photograph. These images have an even greater impact when printed on metal or mounted to acrylic.
Photography is a visual love affair with life. Isolating and framing a part of the world in a photograph is to evoke an emotion, represent a city or landscape and in the end, tell my story of the world.
2018 – E.K. Voland Gallery, “Oh the Places I Will Go,” Montreal, Canada
2019 – E.K. Voland Gallery, “Vert,” Juried Show, Received Honourable Mention, Montreal, Canada
2019 – Mount Royal Cemetery Photography Exhibition, “Impression,” Received Artist’s Choice Award, Montreal, Canada
2018 – E.K. Voland Gallery, “What’s New,” Montreal, Canada
2018 – E.K. Voland Gallery, “AQUA,” Juried Show, Montreal, Canada
2018 – Complexe du Canal Lachine, “Artist Open House,” Montreal, Canada
2017 – E.K. Voland Gallery, “Everybody Knows,” Montreal, Canada
2017 – Complexe du Canal Lachine, “Artist Open House,” Montreal, Canada
2016 – Complexe du Canal Lachine, “Artist Open House,” Montreal, Canada
2016 – Monkland Street Festival, Montreal, Canada
2016 – Art Westmount Show, Montreal, Canada
2015 – Complexe du Canal Lachine, “Artist Open House,” Montréal, Canada