I am a painter who enjoys exploring a variety of subject matter and media. I consider myself a watercolorist, first and foremost, but from time to time, also enjoy explorations in collage, oil and pastel. My paintings reflect my love of nature, animals, people, travel and nostalgia.

I have painted since childhood, and grew up with a mother who was an accomplished oil and watercolor painter. I have also had the pleasure of studying with many modern day watercolor masters, including Mel Stabin, Tony Couch, Janet Rogers, Frank Webb and Fred Graff. 

Today, I am fortunate to teach watercolor at the Mount Dora Center for the Arts, and maintain a working studio in Mount Dora.