You won’t look at Kingston’s heritage architecture quite the same way after having a look at my pictures. I love picking out the intricate details and giving them a dramatic twist, especially in black and white.
I am on a mission to notice the world around me, through my lens. I live in Kingston, but I am originally from Berlin, Germany. Our family immigrated to Canada in 2010, when my husband accepted a faculty position at Queen’s University.
I have always enjoyed taking pictures. I have taken some photography classes; my current approach though is ‘learning by doing’ – all the time. Which means you will often see my family rolling their eyes because either they have to wait for me to catch up to them or I am crouching on the ground somewhere to get the shot of that special something that happened to catch my eye.
My gear is simple, usually stuffed into my purse – can‘t leave the house without. You never know what you may come across in a day!
I very much enjoy walking Kingston’s wonderful downtown in search of my next shot or just watching life happening around me in this diverse and awesome place. Hoping you do, too!
- May 2018 – Exhibit at Kingston Coffeehouse ‘Kingston In Black And White’
- July 2018 – Exhibit at Kingston Coffeehouse ‘Kingston Surrounded By Water’
- August 2018 – Women’s Art Fest in Kingston City Park
- September 2018 – Kingston & The Islands MPP Ian Arthur’s choice artist for display in his Queen’s Park office
- September 2018 – Frontenac Schools Museum image featured in “Kingston Life” magazine
- October 2018 – Exhibitor at the curated “Fantasy In The Forest” Art Show by Jamie Brick