I have written many blogs on my love of photography and I am always on the hunt to add a new twist to my craft. So here it is I am done with grad school with a freshly minted Emerging Media Master’s from @LoyolaMaryland and a lot of time on my hands. I was gifted a … Continue reading Camera Musings….Fuji Instax Mini!
Indulge your inner artist with a Holga 120 Medium Format Camera! Continue reading Camera Musings….Me and My Holga!
Graduation was all I thought it would be! I am overjoyed at being a part of the Master’s Club! Continue reading Commencement Days!
Celebrate Life Through A Journal!
Continue reading Life Musings…Journal Your Way Through Spring!
This is a late post but I am really missing the beauty of @rockhousenegril. Negril is one of the most magical places on earth and@rockhousehotel is the best places I’ve ever been JD’s down. The staff is welcoming and warm and the food superb! The cottages and villas were perfect and they handled a big … Continue reading The Rock House Negril
I am a little late in writing this blog but I wanted to share and adventure with you. I spent a long weekend at The Rock House in Negril, Jamaica and I will never be the same. The food, daily coconut and friendly smiles will have me returning year after year. The hour and a … Continue reading The Rock House Negril
Living in Baltimore is a feast for the eyes. I love taking photos of objects that draw your eye and make you cock your head to the side. So I am going to share a few pics and I hope they are as beautiful to you as they are to me. Most of the photos … Continue reading Fun photos!
I went on an amazing trip to the Library of Congress with my summer grad class. The library is gorgeous and of course I took a ton of pics some that I will share below. But I have a shopper’s brain so I wanted to see the gift shop. I love infinity scarves and love … Continue reading Loving the Library of Congress….and shopping!
New Orleans in the Fall is a riot of color that stirs the senses. The vibrant red and gold on the cable cars delighted the senses and somber gray of the extravagant grave markers in the local cemeteries made you stop and think about the souls that roamed the area. First stop was Acme house … Continue reading New Orleans in the Fall