I was born in Sligo, Ireland and moved to the sunny shores of Western Australia when I was 12 years old. While I still pine for the rolling hills and misty lakes of my childhood, I have become as equally enamored with the vast and sun-drenched land of the Whadjuk people.
I’ve been with my husband for almost 20 years and married for 15 of those. We’re blessed with two beautiful children who bring love, light and laughter into our world and who really are, just two awesome little humans.
I love nature and the outdoors and the simplicity of togetherness, I hope that’s something that comes across in my photos. I look forward to the different seasons and the changing light it brings throughout the year. I feel a deep connection to the ocean, it’s an affinity driven by both fear and awe, and I don’t do well if I’m away from it for long.
I’m somewhat of a daydreamer, being born half deaf has made it easy for me to get deeply absorbed or deeply lost. I can easily whittle away an afternoon absorbed in my ever-expanding collection of scavenged books.
Photography as a medium continues to enthral me. It has gifted me all manner of experiences & emotions ranging from passion, excitement & joy to anxiety, disappointment and even physical pain. It’s a learning process that I don’t imagine will ever end.
I love that my work has taken you here to this page to find out a little more about me. People intrigue me, I hope that when we meet, I’ll learn a little something about you too.