About Teri

My home is in the Methow Valley of northern Washington. I share my life with my husband Ken and two black dogs, Luna and Sky. We enjoy long summer hikes in the North Cascades and rambling in the hills during the spring and fall. Winter fun often involves various kinds of skis. I like good fresh food, trips to the beach, paddling my kayak, dog agility, road trips with Ken and our dogs and our pop-up camper, good coffee, red wine, campfires, the company of good friends and any time spent with my dogs. And I like being outside under the stars.

I make photos that tell stories. I document scenes in front of me. The light of the day, or the night, inspires me. My hair isn’t always combed. Sometimes my jeans are torn. My dogs probably have muddy feet. And my car needs to be washed.

My photography reflects my love for the natural world where I get my inspiration.

My father was a journalist and he taught me about photography from an early age. I cannot remember a time when I did not have a camera to use. Because of that, I have a journalistic eye. I like my images to tell a story.

What is your story? How can I capture it in images for you? On a mountain top? Next to a river? With your closest friend?

Tell me your story.

Do you see an image on this site you’d like to own? Contact me for availability and pricing.

My fine art can be seen at local galleries including The Winthrop Gallery where I am a member.

My personal work, my everyday photos, can be seen at My Everyday Photos.

I have an Instagram feed.

2 comments

  1. “ My hair isn’t always combed. Sometimes my jeans are torn. My dogs probably have muddy feet. And my car needs to be washed.”
    I love these parts of you. This tells me that you are good at reaching outside of yourself to the world around you. Keep reaching. We are here.

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