I was born into the remnants of a two-hundred year old working farm in Epsom, NH. I spent my childhood wandering over its 400 acres, and I watched its landscapes of fields, gardens, and wood lots slip away.
My adult life has played out in three stages.
First, being on stage for over 30 years with the Spectacular Magic Company in Beverly, MA, where I juggled and learned the value of light as an attendant to scenery. Secondly, my 20 years of photographing the abandoned granite quarries of Cape Ann, which allowed me to develop a love for the local history of labor and industry.
And thirdly, my artist collaboration with Susan Quateman (SQ & LB Artist Collaboration) on art projects related to Climate Change, Sea Level Rise, and Resilient Landscapes.
Our current two year project is titled: “All the Rocks We Cannot See, Thoreau and the Changing Landscape of Dogtown, Cape Ann.”