I love industrial imagery but I am at home on the streets or shooting children and family. I am now retired and as a Jehovah's Witness I spend more of my time volunteering in a public ministry featuring Bible education. I will now be able to travel some each year and I will naturally have my camera with me to document the wonderful things I see.

I love my Olympus Mirrorless OMD cameras and enjoy the long range of the Canon PowerShot SX60 HS.

I spend as much time as I can behind my camera and often explore the docks and wharfs of Anacortes. Photography fills my need to express myself creatively but I love cooking, knitting and being a grandma to a little girl.

My Equipment: Shooting with an Olympus OMD E-M1 now with the 20-40 2.8 Pro lens. My E-M5 is backup. I love the freedom from all the weight and they are a joy to shoot with. Sharp with beautiful and accurate color rendition. Lens: 20-40 Pro, 12-50, 60mm Macro & 40-150.

I love the WWW and being able to see the world through all of flickr's talented photographers eyes. KEEP ON SHOOTING!

Usually I will grant free usage of one of my images upon request so please ask.

Please do not add any notes to my images or add any of your photos to my site.

Thank you.

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    swiftlight says:

    "There are those rare times in life when you intuitively know you are in the presence of creative genius.

    When I met Dana and first experienced her images I knew I had much to learn from her boundless creative genius. I love photographing with Dana. Her images are marvelous, stunning, evocative. I am always inspired by her unique way of seeing.

    For far too many years my approach to imaging has been quite rigid. I come from a large format background where you move slowly and deliberately. Dana opened my eyes to the wonder of spontaneity and the marvelous images that come from allowing ones spirit to roam freely while taking creative risks.

    Recently we went on a photo shoot. Dana created incredible images, images that were so fabulous and different that I knew she had realized a major breakthrough into a new and powerful creative style. Following the photo shoot Dana shared her feelings about her imaging on that very special day.

    “Be Unsure and Uncomfortable and See What Happens.”

    This is my new mantra."

    January 5th, 2010

September 2008
Anaheim, CA
Anacortes, WA, USA
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