I'm a visual artist, working primarily in fiber creating fabric collage and art quilts. I also create mixed media, often with natural and found objects. And monoprints find their way into my work. Photography is also something I do quite often, sometimes for its own sake, sometimes as a tool for my work with cloth. I have an art studio at Western Avenue Studios in Lowell, a vibrant community of more than 150 artists. After working in public radio for about 25 years (primarily at WGBH-FM in Boston)I re-discovered my artist self. I'm still working sometimes as a narrator and voice-over talent, primarily for Descriptive Video Service (DVS) at WGBH, which produces a narration track for blind people on the major PBS shows like NOVA, American Experience, Masterpiece Theater, Nature, etc. I love being outdoors, and much of my fiber art reflects my life-time love affair with nature.