Faithe began photography as a hobbyist prior to the advent of digital images. Delightful distractions of parenting and professional responsibilities limited her involvement in developing her artist eye and passion for photography for a number of years. When she was able to downshift in her personal life, she resumed photography with all of the advances and advantages brought into existence in the digital age.
Faithe considers herself a true eclectic in regards to her photographic art. She has an unusual way of looking at things – often seeing an artistic image in very ordinary places and things. She primarily shoots during the beginning and ending of daylight hours, seeks the off-beaten path, is delighted when her in-the-camera images satisfy her critical eye with only limited post-production touch-ups.
Family groups are an area of special interest for Faithe.