I’m a photographer born in NY & living in Los Angeles. After leaving a 20-year career working in TV news production, I found working as a nanny fulfilled many of my organic leanings which include documenting, neuroscience and teaching. I’m a member of the Los Angeles Art Association and placed 1st in the Women in Photography International ’13 competition juried by Daniel Miller. I’m a member of the Los Angeles Art Association and my work has exhibited nationally & online. I have two series that I’ve just completed, “The Lost Years” (focusing on the years before age 5 in which most people don’t remember) which I’m self-publishing and also, “Blizzard Jonas” which are stills that I shot from the TV coverage on CNN. I’m also the director of L.A. Photo Curator, an international photography competition that offers photographers a way to get P.R. by jurors reviewing their work online. In addition a percentage of artist fees goes to charity.