Something about myself.
I grew up in Washington DC in a family of photographers. Mother, Father, StepMother, Brother. So I didn’t stand a chance. What a revelation when I decided I should go to art school. Like college, only not so college-y. I’ll be an artist. When they asked me to pick a major, I chose Photography. As if I ever had a choice. The inception of that idea happened long before.
After graduating from Maryland Institute College of Art, with a Bachelor’s of Fine Art in Photography, I moved to California, and did variety of photo jobs — advertising, fashion, whatever paid the bills. In 1995, I somehow landed a job as a graphic designer. After a few jobs with ad agencies, and moving back to the east coast, I went out on my own. I now run 110 FRONT COMMUNICATIONS with my husband Tim.