About Me

Photography is a meditative, spiritual experience that brings me peace and stillness that I’m honored to gracefully capture and share

“The only way to live is to accept each minute as an unrepeatable miracle, which is exactly what it is: a miracle and unrepeatable”

I’ve always loved the above quote by Margaret Jameson and I’ve been fascinated with capturing moments for as long as I can remember.  I aim to capture extraordinary miracles in ordinary places that would otherwise be taken for granted or go unnoticed.

I was born and raised in Amman, Jordan.  I immigrated to the United States to attend Ursinus College in Collegeville, PA and have called Pennsylvania home since.  Although I studied business, my passion was Photography and professor Donald E. Camp (renowned photographer / Artist in Residence) helped shape my passion.  In 2003, I won the “Understanding of Photography” award from the Berman Museum of Art for a body of work titled “Home”.

Since I graduated, Photography took a back seat in my life as I focused on my career, my marriage and my daughter.  Until recently when I became increasingly aware of my need to listen to my heart, quiet my mind, express myself creatively and finally capture and share beauty.

Photography is meditative to me and hearing the camera shutter makes my heart skip a beat.  I take most of the landscape photos during my Miracle Morning rituals, and I am privileged to share them with you. My hope is that my photos promote a sense of stillness, peace and serenity deep down in your soul.

I love nature photography but my greatest Inspiration and favorite subject to shoot will always be my daughter; my treasure and my inspiration

Thank you for allowing me to share my photos with you.  Please visit the Inspiration page to learn even more about me.