I became interested in photography in high school when I would watch the senior yearbook staff work in the darkroom. Several years later in college, revisiting my interest, I got my hands on my first 35mm point and shoot camera. I realized then that out of a 24 exposure roll, I was lucky to get three to four photographs that were worthy of placing in a scrapbook. I shot a lot of pictures and used a lot of film and paper. Fast forward twenty years and I now have a great digital camera, computer and editing software. With all the new technology, digital photography is fast becoming a passion.
I live in Boston, Massachusetts with my seven year old long-haired Chihuahua, Chip, and work as a dialysis Registered Nurse at Tufts Medical Center.