“Cheryl has a painter’s eye for color using her camera to pull beautiful palettes from nature. Her eye catches the odd leaf in a stream turning the incidental into a stunning photograph.” A. Kremers


30 years ago, my passion for photography eclipsed my computer career. While my computer science education was important for maintaining my day job, I found myself devoting an increasing amount of time and energy into taking pictures. I woke up early to catch the magic hour and spent my lunch hour photographing the essence of flowers, fields, and nature’s fine details.

In the early 1990’s I began showing and selling my work, without “quitting my day job.” I was honored to have my photography win awards and achieve appreciate from around the world. Eight photographs were chosen by two American ambassadors to adorn the walls of their residences in Cairo, Egypt and Vilnius, Lithuania through the Art in the Embassies program. I won first place in the Massachusetts Audubon Annual Juried Nature Photography Show and the People’s Choice Award at the Marblehead Festival of the Arts. My images have been included in private and corporate collections around the world. I am also glad to have found my passion and listened to Joseph Campbell’s advice to “follow your bliss.”

Career Highlights:

Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield, MA; Art in the Embassies Program; Hoadley Gallery, Lenox, MA; Harrison Gallery, Williamstown, MA; Canyon Ranch, Lenox, MA; Cambridge Artists Cooperative, Harvard Square, MA, Williams College, Williamstown, MA; Marblehead Festival of the Arts, Marblehead, MA; Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham & Women’s Hospital; Fidelity Investments, Boston, MA; Compaq Computer, Marlboro, MA; VideoLink, Watertown, MA; The Country magazine; Massachusetts Audubon Society Sanctuary magazine; Design Times magazine.

Photographic Excursions:

England, Costa Rica, Australia, New Zealand, Thailand, Hong Kong, Zaire (Congo), Kenya, Tanzania, Poland, France, Switzerland, Greece, Israel, Jordan, New England, Colorado, California, New Mexico, and Florida Everglades.

Your Photographs Organized

The task of sorting and organizing family photographs can be daunting to most, but I am not intimidated. The job takes some technical savvy and an artistic eye – I have experience and skills in both these areas.
Let me professionally organize your family photographs, giving you peace of mind and forever preserving your irreplaceable images and their stories. Contact me for a 30 minute commentary conversation.

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