Remember Your Dreams

“Letter 172 – As I Lay dreaming Montezuma walked with me to the mouth of the Layou River. I looked out at the sea and said someone once told me that the waves are saying this: ‘What are your dreams? What are your dreams? What are your dreams?’ ‘That may be true,’ Montezuma replied, ‘but … Continue reading Remember Your Dreams


“Listening”, self-portrait, 2017.  Created for the Lens Culture Portrait Awards competition. This idea has been resting in my head for a while. I did take the shot through a mirror, rather than insert myself later. Will largely let it speak for itself except to say that there are times when I need to find the … Continue reading Listening

Yvaine Photo Story – inspired by Neil Gaiman’s “Stardust”

If there was one fictional character I’d like to catch a glimpse of in the current world, it would be Yvaine from Neil Gaiman’s “Stardust”.  She is a star fallen to Earth and the way she observes our society (and that of Faerie) is refreshing – she speaks her mind, questions what she deems nonsense, … Continue reading Yvaine Photo Story – inspired by Neil Gaiman’s “Stardust”


Very happy that to be granted a portfolio page on the LensCulture site!  There are many wonderful and accomplished photographers over there and I’m thrilled to be in such amazing company. My latest image is above, and my portfolio page is here: Lisa on LensCulture Continue reading LensCulture

The Mirror of Venus

Recently, I came across Edward Burne Jones’ painting “The Mirror of Venus”, and it stopped me in my tracks.  Immediately, it’s relevancy to today’s world jumped out at me.  Here was a painting of Venus at a pool of water surrounded by maidens gazing at their reflections. Much has been written about the meaning in … Continue reading The Mirror of Venus