I am an artist and professor based in Brooklyn, New York. Currently I am on the faculty of the School of Visual Arts, the International Center of Photography, and Kingsborough Community College, where my courses include 'Architecture and Photography,' 'Modern Ruins: Shooting Brooklyn's Industrial Landscape,' and 'The Art of Digital Photography I.' I am represented by Wall Space Gallery in Santa Barbara and Seattle, and also have work available through Daniel Cooney Fine Arts in New York. My largest project to date examines the remaining sites and structures of world's fairs internationally. I am most interested visually in the conversations architecture has both within itself and with the surrounding environment. I live in Red Hook with my husband, the painter Lambert Fernando, and our son Benjamin.