The beauty of nature is my refuge, my inspiration, my joy, my soul. If you would like to have a print, I will custom crop an image to your needs and send you the archival print via a professional lab I work with. View images on Instagram or here on my home page (which feeds from Instagram).
Simple pricing on standard US photo print sizes on matte archival photo paper:
4×6 and 5×7: $13.00
8×10 and 8×12: $25.00
Contact me for any custom size needed.
Shipping will vary between $5-10, via the US Postal Service.
Prints will be signed with an archival pen.
Right now I’m using my contact form for orders so every order is customized, and allows a nice exchange between us, which means a lot to me.
For another way to order some select prints, including on canvas and metal for some images – and some products such as tote bags, small acrylic boxes, travel mugs, and even furniture, please check out my page on Society6. I haven’t tested every product but I have been pleased with the results (especially the acrylic box!) – please check it out and let me know what you think.
I have two books of haiku and photography available. I began pairing them in 2017 when I took a writing course in which, to my joy, poetry was part of the curriculum. Somehow the photos I was taking spoke to me and then somehow the words came and asked for an image to sit with. It was lovely. I would love to share them for moments where you need a little peace, and uplift, and validation.
My first book, For Your Truth & Light, is a simple love letter to you, really.
My second book, 366 Days: Haiku & Photography, is a daily pairing of photos and poems, covering the entire year, plus Leap Day. It makes a great birthday book, actually.
(I have a third non-poetry book, which might be of interest to U.S. history buffs, those in the marketing, funeral, and cemetery businesses [don’t scoff or recoil, it’s more interesting than you might think], or people who like rags-to-riches stories with cameos by celebrities and well-known politicians. It’s an autobiography I wrote for/with my uncle, an amazing man, now in his 90s. He saw much tragedy and triumph, and is quite a storyteller: my favorite line in the book: “I can say anything in forty minutes most people can say in five.”)
I also take photos daily, and share my moments. Images are available for sale, and I would be honored. See details and pricing above, and please contact me here.