Category: photography

  • My Camino, at home

    Two years ago I kept a poetry blog for the summer. My life at the time had begun to feel like a pilgrimage, with many unexpected twists and turns. I’ve been on pilgrimages before (hello World Youth Days in Toronto and Cologne) so I clearly recognized the intensity, the mystery, and the healing involved. Yet […]

  • Sliver Moons and the melancholy joy of summer

    Here we are smack in the middle of summer and I keep hearing about autumn just around the corner and getting ready for back to school… when here in Seattle summer literally just started! How disconcerting. Last week I made this photograph of the always stunning Olympic Mountains with a sweet sliver of a moon. […]

  • A pair of Patron Saints for creative entrepreneurs and family life

    Through Alençon lace and watches, a family of saints was established. Louis and Zélie were an entrepreneurial couple raising a bunch of girls in the middle of 19th century France. She ran a successful lace-making business, he was a watchmaker with his own shop. Skilled artisans who ran their own small businesses while raising a family of […]