366 Project

A photo a day to try and capture this fleeting, beautiful, and precious life

Sham of the Perfect

Sham of the Perfect is an international collective of photographers who are passionate about both family documentary photography and being parents.

The Butterfly Project

I have envisioned photographing women in what I feel is a completely different way from much of what we see and consume in daily media: women as whole, complete, messy, people; courageous, sexy, strong, vulnerable, defiant, and imperfect.

Recent personal posts

Time to say Goodbye

November the 24th will be the date of my final session for Memories by Michelle.

It’s time.
In the last 10 years, I have photographed so many wonderful families, growing as a photographer and a human being in ways that I could never have imagined.

Sham of the Perfect 2018 – our year in photos

“The great thing about real life is that it belongs to you. You can make it up as you go along!” ― Victoria Ashton Sham of the Perfect is a collaborative photography project made up of an international collection of photographers who are passionate about both family...

2017 // 365

“And once the storm is over, you won’t remember how you made it through, how you managed to survive. You won’t even be sure whether the storm is really over. But one thing is certain. When you come out of the storm, you won’t be the same person...

My London Love Affair – Day One

Last month, I went to London. On my own. No husband, no kid, no friend, no relative, and no schedule. I had only one mission: to avoid the typical tourist traps and experience London as I know it and remember it, in all its gritty, pulsating, multi-cultural glory....

A day trip to the snow in Tahoe

Our day trip to the snow Sand Harbor in Lake Tahoe to make snowmen. Life just isn’t like they script it in the movies, is it?

Three generations go home. Part Three: Essex

PART ONE London | PART TWO  Home For as much as I love the bustle and excitement of London, the English countryside and its green rolling hills, are deeply ingrained in my childhood memories. In the summers, my parents and I would go on Sunday drives. Sometimes these...

Three generations go home. Part Two: HOME

I grew up about 12 miles east of London in a small-ish town called Rainham. It’s basically a London suburb at this point, situated just off the Thames, but it has a long history going back thousands of years. There is a Neolithic excavation site in Rainham, an...

366 Project – August

“Wake up. This is your life, for God sakes. It’s time to face up to it. You can’t get anywhere, can’t get over anything, if you don’t let yourself feel anything in the first place. It’s time.” — Julie Buxbaum  ...

366 Project – May

“In the end, just three things matter: How well we have lived, How well we have loved, How well we have learned to let go” ― Jack Kornfield...

366 Project – April

“Life is a dance. Mindfulness is witnessing that dance.” ― Amit Ray...