My career began as a budding photographer in high school. Upon graduating, I entered the world of academia to pursue my BS in biology/premed. I could not escape the feeling I was existing in a gray, bland, concrete jungle. Confined in a study lab for countless hours with very focused individuals. I was suffering a slow death until I awakened to my life’s purpose of living in a world of color, capturing , creating, and recording emotions and preserving a piece of personal history through the art of photography.
That was nearly 27 years ago but my studies have never wavered. I am an eager student and spend far too much time learning everything from the current photo manipulation software to studying with up and coming hot photographers on the latest trends in the industry. I have been blessed to be engaged in an industry as a full time professional photographer which so many people can only dream to do.
I love the challenges and fast pace of weddings, but also welcome the slower pace of photographing newborns where I get to witness the raw emotions which ooze out of the souls of the parents as they watch their baby being photographed. An even greater challenge is executive portrait studies whereby I thrive on the challenge of creating an image of an individual which can shape and transform the viewer’s perception of that subject in just one glance.
I deeply enjoy the smell of freshly ground coffee, the tast of red wine and eating anything vegan. My loves are my husband and 2 doggie-mates: Zoe and Sofi. My love for God , country and freedom are unwavering and I take pride in my Greek-American heritage. Grateful to those who have endured difficulties to give me everything this life has to offe
- Professionally photographing since 1987
- Graduate of The New England School of Photography, 1985
- Certified by the Professional Photographers of America (PPA)
- Recipient of PPA’s Master of Photography Title 1992
- Recipient of PPA’s Photographic Craftsman Title 1994
- Active member of PPA, PPAM, Creative Live
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