After closing her gallery in 1994 she returned to photography which had been a major interest since her youth when she studied photographic printing in Paris. Although she took classes at the International Center of Photography in New York, she is mostly self taught. She has experimented with many different techniques using photographic media, including some that do not use a camera. These techniques include infrared photography, cyanotypes and photograms (which place objects directly on a photographic emulsion). She has also experimented with collages and calligraphy which she has studied at the Japan Institute and privately with Masako Inkyo.
Her most recent work uses digital photography with 35 mm SLR cameras.
Nature provides a recurring theme for her. She also loves street scenes, architecture and portraits. She photographs what stirs her interests and emotions. This can literally be anything if the light is right, if it has meaning and has interesting color or texture. For her, creating a photograph is like writing a poem.
She has shown her photography from 1996 until today at several galleries in New York city, in France and Spain.
1981 Faculty brochure for the Chemistry Department of Hunter College
2006 Attachments (about an object which is special in the life of the person photographed)
2016 Grass Lines (about parallel between grasses and Japanese calligraphy)
Award: Outstanding Book of the year - Silver Medal for the “Most Original Concept” from
Independent Publisher Book Award 2009
Winter Twigs, 2012
On the Lake, Laurentians, 2013
Midtown Manhattan II, 2012
Multiple Facets, Chelsea, 2013
In the Quiet of Summer, Resting Canoes, Laurentians, 2010
Interrupted Conversation, Paris, 2010
Textures and Patterns, Chelsea, 2009
Fallen Tree and the Bridge, Central Park, 2010
Grass in the River, 2012