From Westchester to Kathmandu ...
" its been a pressure to have you on this fright."
Caught sleepwalking in the middle of the night on a neighbors yard at age two, wanderlust revealed itself early. The desire to capture, and share through images, the world of family, friends and travel has been a passionate hobby since my teenage years. A year traveling around America in the early 1970's set the mood for 30+ years of international travel and self employment, working as an importer of handicrafts, a tour guide for Geographic Expeditions (formely InnerAsia -Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan and Pakistan in the 1980's), and an ethnographic art dealer through today.
Attempting to capture the sense, remote places, friendly faces, and disappearing cultural activities have been the focus of the many slide shows shared with friends, and now, under pressure from these friends, these 30 plus years of work are being edited for exposure to a larger audience.
"Momma don't take my Kodachrome away"... has only recently given way to the wonders of digital imagery.
Prints on canvas, silk and chiffon are currently being experimented with.