At the age of eight Nancy received her first camera and was promptly bitten by the photography bug. Overwhelmed by the ability the camera gave her to freeze moments in time, she burned through as much film as her father would pay for, photographing such arcane subjects as dead trees and cow pies. Only later in life did it become clear that this was the start of a career.
A 1999 graduate of the New York Institute of Photography, Nancy specializes in taking outdoor and nature photographs using only natural light.
Combining her photos and writing gives her great joy.