• What does the SECURE 2.0 Act mean for you?

    What does the SECURE 2.0 Act mean for you?

    Are you aware of how the SECURE 2.0 Act may impact you? Read my blog 'What does the SECURE 2.0 Act mean for you?' for more information about the law, especially if you are approaching retirement age! Click the link here to be directed to the blog page: Senior Speak Life Stories

  • VoyageATL


    VoyageATL's Rising Stars feature interview was an opportunity to look back on my journey. Try to see the whole picture when making changes, or as Maya Angelou said, “Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better.”

  • Pay to Play Paves Road Toward Goals

    Pay to Play Paves Road Toward Goals

    Click here to read the full article: Pay to Play Paves Road Toward Goals

  • Coffee With Purpose

    Circle Of Friends Inc.org met one of their goals and opened Circle of Friends Coffee With Purpose at Circuit Cafe at The Circuit, Cherokee County's first co-working space. Diane Keen, Circle Of Friends founding member, expresses why supporting people with intellectual and developmental disabilities is important.

  • #ICPconcerned


    There's no doubt 2020 is a challenging year and will go down in history as hard times for so many people. The International Center for Photography initialized a call for art using the hashtag #ICPConcerned on Instagram. I submitted this photo in response. The three-month exhibit was available online from Oct 01, 2020 – Dec 31, 2020.

  • Self as story

    Self as story

    An entry from the Southington Community Cultural Arts 'Women Photographers of Connecticut' exhibit May 4-31, 2019 included a series of self-portraits that inspired this 'Self as story' post. I hope it inspires you too.

  • The Recipe I Can't Live Without

    The Recipe I Can't Live Without

    Check out my recipe for image edits in The App Whisperer newly featured content, 'The Recipe I Can't Live Without' Check out the site for inspiration ~ thank you to Joanne Carter for the work you do!

  • The Powerful yet Fragile Exhibition

    The Powerful yet Fragile Exhibition

    Two images are part of the Women Photographers of Connecticut group exhibit centering around Connecticut's waterways, The Powerful yet Fragile: Connecticut Waterways at Stamford Museum, CT.

  • CUNY Graduate School of Journalism

    I had the pleasure of working with Bob Sacha during the May'16 workshop through CUNY Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism. This was the 2nd workshop I've attended and I highly recommend the CUNY Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism as an educational resource.

    The goal: tell a story without the use of 'talking heads,' a phenomenon that occurs all too frequently with video. My partner, journalist Issam Khoury, needed to attend a live demonstration mid-workshop, thus I fell back on familiar ways to complete the project.

    I highly recommend CUNY for skill-set building. Great venue (New York City) and the instructors are pros with years of industry experience.

  • Creative Generosity Builds Communities

    October - December 2015
    Completing portrait projects in the name of volunteerism helps people connect, reflect, and put their best face forward in their job hunt.

    Click the link for the story:
    Creativity Generosity Builds Communities

  • WIPI Archive YALE / BEINECKE Library

  • Connecticut Women Photojournalists Group Show

    Westport Connecticut Library April 2015
    Collection of over 80 photographs by twenty journalists showing daily assignment
    works both news and features.

  • Connecticut Women Photojournalists Group Show

    December 2014 - January 2015
    McLevy Hall| - Bridgeport, CT
    Collection by twenty journalists showing daily assignment
    works both news to features. The collection contains over 80 photographs.

  • Ten Questions with Margaret Waage

    February 6, 2014
    Featured post on The Hungry Ghost Collective site (now inactive)

  • Angel


    November 11, 2011
    It's always in the least likely places that I'm inspired. A recent project photographing residents in a nursing home was one such experience. I'd been to Assisted Living facilities before but this one was different.

    Everyone at the Skyview Center Nursing Home smiled - a lot. I got the feeling I was also being cared for by the director Sue Brooks, who I call an Angel as I witnessed her caring for both residents and staff alike.

    There were two photographers involved - myself and Mark Acme. Sue and Skyview staff members curated our images which culminated in an art show reception called 'Stories Through Photography,' for all residents and visitors to enjoy.

  • Legacy Landscapes Photo Exhibit at Weir Farm

    September 8, 2011
    Photo exhibit 'Legacy Landscapes' September 8, 2011 - Oct. 9, 2011.
    Weir Farm National Historic Site

  • 'Nature Nourishes' Art Show

    August 20, 2011
    Juried group art exhibit
    'Nature Nourishes' Artspace Hartford, CT

  • W.Hartford, CT

    August 2011
    Worked as Guest Editor, for W. Hartford, CT Patch
    It was sad to cover a suicide symposium for the law enforcement sector.
    Four Connecticut officers took their lives this year and the organizer,
    Connecticut Alliance to Benefit Law Enforcement (CABLE), addressed
    PTSD effects and that effort, I hope will enlighten those who choose a
    profession that helps everyone, realize it's ok to protect themselves.

    I had the pleasure of interviewing an 18-year officer as he said goodbye
    to his partner of nine years, K-9 officer Kora, a beautiful female shepherd.
    The happy part of the story is Kora remains the officer's pet so their relationship
    while different is intact.

  • Wedding Anniversary - Wow

    July 11, 2011
    A twenty-year wedding anniversary doesn't happen every day so I thought I'd mention it. I'm impressed!

  • News Editor

    July 4 - July 10, 2011
    Worked as a local editor on AOL media site:
    Southington Patch

    During the week I saw stories about animal rescue, an outpouring of support for two brothers whose parents died from a domestic violence murder-suicide, a debate over a bonding appropriation for school overhauls, and a live music performance on the town green.

    What is most telling about unrelated events is they each share a commonality - every event can be broken down into individual stories. It's great to see people come together to assist others, research the impact of a town budget, or simply enjoy life.

    'What you can do today can improve all your tomorrows.' ~ Ralph Marston Author

  • 'Legacy Landscape' CT Historic Garden Photo Exhibit

    June 19, 2011
    A collection of landscape photography on CT Historic Gardens.
    Kellogg Environmental Center - Derby, CT

  • Look3 Festival of The Photograph

    June 3, 2011
    Completed photography workshop: www.look3.org
    What an interesting few days - shooting, critiquing, and digesting
    as much photography-related news and imagery as possible.
    The World Press Photo 11 exhibit was truly heart-wrenching.