I sell prints of some of my work at inprnts.com.  Click the link below to be directed to my prints for sale page.

William is searching for a special treat for his horse, Sprinkles. He has an adventure trying to find just the right one.


Enjoy the view as a young girl experiences the wonders that delight just outside her window! A beautifully illustrated narrative, When I Look Out My Window transports the reader to busy New York Harbor and the lively entertainment it provides to its young audience.

Bree and the Loose Tooth Worries has just released and is available on the Clear Fork Publishing website, Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

Meet Bree – a gifted six-year-old whose imagination spins the worries out of control
It’s the start of a new school year, and Bree has plenty to worry about. At least her nametag will help her make friends so she’s not stuck playing one-kid tag at recess. But what if giant ants take her nametag to a picnic? Or what if stinky lunch fumes melt it? Taking belly breaths calms Bree’s worries…until her nametag disappears. How will she make friends without one?

Available at Clear Fork Publishing and Amazon    * * * * *

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I am a  Children's Book Illustrator. 

I grew up in Canada and now live at Schroon Lake, in upstate NY with my husband, children, and two labrador retrievers. I love having coffee in the morning on the dock, kayaking with my four year old, and building sand castles with him at our town beach.  I look forward to my daughter (college freshman) coming back home for a visit.  I sometimes accidently dip my paint brush in my coffee.

I have illustrated "When I Look Out My Window," by Nicole Anzuoni, now available on Amazon. 

 "Cupcakes for Sprinkles." By E. Marie Baker, was published this year on Amazon.

I am currently illustrating book 3 of a chapter book series "Being Bree," by Christine Laforet.  Bree and the Nametag Worries is published by Clear Fork Publishing.

I am a student of SVS and The Illustration Department.

I am a member of SCBWI.

I am represented by Essie White, of  Storm Literary Agency