While teaching elementary school and exploring Montana, I discovered my passion for photography. My camera has permitted me to explore and appreciate our world in ways I never imagined before studying the art of photography. I have developed a tremendous appreciation for light, emotion and energy in the grandest landscape and the smallest insect. Every day brings a new adventure and a new opportunity to learn.
I co-authored Glacier National Park - An ABC Adventure, and have been fortunate enough to have my work published in several local magazines and phone books. I am extremely thankful that I live in Eureka, Montana, and have access to inspiration and wonder every single day.
9-1/2 Minute Wonder
A long-exposure shot of McDonald Lake
The zig-zag reflection is of fall foliage above the water.
This artistic image was created using intentional camera movement.
The magnificent colors of autumn are reflected in Grave Creek.
It's always exciting to see the first babies of spring.
May the Forest be With You
This image was captured on Avalanche Trail after a summer rainstorm.
Puzzle of the Ponderosa
The bark of the Ponderosa tree presents an interesting pattern.
An infrared shot of the bridge leading down to the beach at Rexford.
Rag Rug Fun
The intricate patterns of rag rugs lend themselves to fun macro shots.
A visit to the old schoolhouse at the Historic Village in Eureka, Montana
Thousands of snow geese during their annual migration at Freezeout Lake
The winter wind whips over MacDonald Lake to form big mounds of snow that resemble ice cream.
Over 200 photos combine to make a spectacular display.
Windows to Yesteryear
The soft curtains in an old church window reflect the stories of the past.
In Eureka, Montana, is a sea of grass known as Dancing Prairie Preserve.
A River Runs Through It
A tepee provides a unique view of the Mission Mountains.