My art first received notice during the era of early experimentations with digital imaging and has been called an important voice in the development of a true digital aesthetic. I view myself as an alchemist, using digital, alternative process, and traditional photographic tools to delve into fundamental human issues. My work is literary and emotional, full of symbolism and multiple layers of meaning and my images have appeared in numerous publications on photography digital art. I’ve been a guest lecturer at many seminars and conferences, internationally exhibited and a part of museum, corporate and private collections. My work appears in the APERTURE monograph METAMORPHOSES: PHOTOGRAPHY IN THE ELECTRONIC AGE, WOMEN, ART AND TECHNOLOGY published by MIT press, and ART IN THE DIGITAL AGE edited by Bruce Wands, School of Visual Art, NYC.


Recent honors include Siver Award, Tokyo Internation Foto Awards, Gold and Silver Awards, Budapest International Foto Awards (BIFA), Gold Award, Bay Area Month of Photography 2020, Honorable Mention in the Fine Art Portrait category Moscow Photo Awards (MIFA) 2020, Silver Award Bay Area Month of Photography 2019, Silver Award, Tokyo International Foto Awards for HY•ST•ER•IA: Body as Battleground. Honorable Mentions in 7th, 8th, 11th, 12th and 15th Julia Margaret Cameron Awards. 2018 Pollux Awards, Finalist in the Fine Art and Digital Manipulation categories for series HY•ST•ER•IA: Body as Battleground. My work was exhibited in the 4th Biennale of Fine Art and Documentary Photography in Berlin, and received Honorable Mentions in the 9th Pollux Awards, and the 2018 Moscow Photo Awards.

Panasonic Lumix camera with a plastic Holga lens