National Geographic: Nohayquiensepa

FIFTH of FIVE of my images selected by National Geographic Photography Editor for their “Daily Dozen” Best Images (April 07, 2011).Adapted from the play, Nohayquiensepa, a testament to Politically Disappeared Indigenous Americans.

National Geographic: Good News – Bad News

Good news: “Bad News” is the FOURTH of FIVE of my images selected by National Geographic Photography Editor for their “Daily Dozen” Best Images (April 09, 2010).  

Under the watchful eye of Jesus

April 17, 2019: National Geographic Photography editor Kristen McNicholas selects Life Under the Watchful Eye of Jesus as a favorite

Thanks for a great party!

A big THANK YOU to everyone who attended the Opening Night of PASSING THROUGH at the Parrott Gallery on Pinnacle. More than 120 visitors joined me to see (and buy!) the photographs that Bert Jenkins & I had chosen for the Show & Sale, to hear the music of Duncan Cooper, and to celebrate my birthday! Please join Bert…

I joined the 99s

When I started my flying career in 1979, the The Ninety-Nines celebrated their 50th Birthday. As the only international organization of female pilots in the world, I considered joining the 99s founded by my hero Amelia Earhart and named after the original 99 members. Had I joined the 99s, I likely would have benefited from…

The Sky’s the Limit!

On June 25th, 2016 I attended the CFB Trenton Airshow on the very day that my dear friend and former student, Joyce Spring was celebrating her birthday.  This serendipity prompted me to post a blog about her second book, The Sky’s the Limit (2006).    Joyce’s first book, Daring Lady Flyers (1994), highlighting the stories of daring…

Canadian Women in the Sky

Canadian Women in the Sky: 100 years of flight. Anecdotes, histories, and first person interviews compiled by Elizabeth Gillan Muir Ph.D. chronicle Canadian aviation landmarks by women.  Gillan Muir begins with the first flights by females as aircraft passengers and their progress from stewardesses to bush pilots to airline pilots to astronauts. Thank you Elizabeth for sharing our story with…