I don’t have a single dance photo of myself when I was young and in my prime.

I don’t want this to happen to you – so I am inspired to create beautiful, artistic dance portraiture for you.

You deserve to be acknowledged for all of your hard work and all of the beauty you bring to the world.

You deserve a testament and a tribute to your journey. You deserve to be appreciated.


To artfully photograph dancers that celebrate and commemorate the authentic expression they bring to the world with their uniqueness, their purpose and their magnificence.


  • To portray the self-assured intelligence of young dancers.
  • To encourage and empower dancers by demonstrating that they are both the artist and the art.
  • To accentuate the awareness of dance and dancers within a community.
  • To inspire the viewer to appreciate and seek out dance within their own community.
  • To incite a yearning within the non-dancer to connect with such powerful grace.
  • To encourage dancers and non-dancers to go beyond what they believe possible – physical, intellectual, spiritual, spiritual and vocational.

I am a former dancer, choreographer and dance teacher. I administered the dance program at Lansing Community College for several years and I’ve taught at Michigan State University as well as Everett High School, Lansing, MI.

I know dance. I love dance.

I began exploring dance photography while completing the digital imaging program at Lansing Community College. I found it fascinating to explore physical expression while capturing a moment of motion. The challenge is to design art for a two-dimensional space rather than the three-dimensional state with this fourth-dimensional art form.

My background in dance gives me the language and the knowledge to help dancers get their best look.

My goal is to create compelling and authentic images that exude the energy and emotion of dancers and other sports enthusiasts.