Publications & Exhibitions

Kids Talk: If I Were the Boss

My latest piece for Toca Magazine about what kids would do if they were in charge. Serious silliness in support of the new Toca Life: Office app. (photos/writing)

No Parents Allowed: Kids Explore, Take Risks at Junkyard Playgrounds

Story and photo essay for Toca Magazine about adventure playgrounds and child-centered, kid-only play! (photos/writing)

Prescription for Play: How Pediatric Play Promotes Health and Healing

Series of articles for Toca Magazine at Toca Boca (photos/writing). The collection highlights the power of play in children's hospitals and the role of the child life specialist. It also includes a photo essay, tips for parents and additional resources.  

Prescription for Play: Beautiful Photos Show a Surprising Side of Kids’ Hospital Lives

Photo essay and a series of articles for Toca Magazine about the power of play for health and healing (photos/writing). We take a peek into a children's hospital and visit with child life specialists and other talented folks who support pediatric patients. This project was covered by HuffPo Parents.

Cultural Anthropology

My "Harajuku Girls" image appears in this anthropology textbook. This image is one of my favorite moments from my Japan journey of 2007. You can view more of my travel images here. 

Jump Math 

I was honored to photograph demo classes and a panel discussion for this innovative math curriculum. JUMP Math uses guided discovery and constant assessment to build student's confidence in their ability to learn math. I've never seen students (and teachers) quite so engaged. You can view more of my education images here. 

 

Art of Intuitive Photography: Find Your True Self Through Your Own Lens

One of my India images appears in the AoIP book by Mindy Veissid. I taught Intuitive Photography and Walkabout classes for Mindy for several years and it brought me much joy to share this approach. 

Art of Intuitive Photography Exhibits on Governor's Island

My images appeared in the 2015 and 2016 AoIP exhibits on Governor's Island. It was such a pleasure to hang out in our own beautiful, creepy, old "country house," five minutes from NYC. 

Baphash Literary & Arts Quarterly

A collection from my India trip appears in Baphash's second volume. You can view more of my travel images here.