Category Archive: Photography

Powerful: Truth to Power Pop-Up Exhibition

I am so sorry for the radio silence around here. Lots going on mentally so I haven’t had the chance to blog some of the more recent events such as a birthday trip… Continue reading

Summer: Point Pleasant Boardwalk

I love summer for the heat, the long days and limitless amount of things to do and see. Last week we took a trip to the central New Jersey shore to Point Pleasant… Continue reading

Venice at Night: Store Fronts

My trip to Italy last month ignited a love for night photography. On our last night in Italy after dinner we roamed the streets a bit and I took some pictures of the… Continue reading

Philadelphia: Cira Green

Just a very short walk from 30th Street Station is Philadelphia’s first elevated park, Cira Green on top of a parking garage by Cira South.  The views of center city are amazing and the… Continue reading

Italian Adventures: Cheese & More Cheese

We stopped at an organic family cheese farm called Verdi Pascoli. The owners did not speak english so we had a translator on hand guiding us through the tour of the fantastic goat… Continue reading

Signs of Florence

On a day trip to Florence, I was introduced to the work of Clet Abraham, a French street artist who changes regular street signs into interesting pieces. Reminiscent of Philadelphia’s Kid Hazo. Everytime I… Continue reading

Italian Adventures: Cooking at a Castle

We stayed 2 nights on the grounds of a 17th Century castle in Tuscany called Castello di Santa Cristina which was divine walk in back in time (except for the lack of wifi in… Continue reading

Interview with this Little Girl

Its been a busy couple of weeks with my Italian Adventures and the last 2 weeks filled with work, so last Saturday after a long Board Retreat I picked up Ari and spent… Continue reading

Italian Explorations: Calcata

On my recent visit to Italy, we visited a small medieval town perched on a volcanic hill just outside of Rome called Calcata. It is an artist’s dream with old buildings, artisan shops, narrow… Continue reading

Roman Adventures

Earlier this month I spent 8 days in Italy, touring Rome, Tuscany, Florence and ending in Venice. It was a sensory adventure. I had forgotten how much I miss Europe… from the tiny… Continue reading