Peggy's photography is artistic and photojournalistic in style. She combines her experience in art and photography with her client's style to create an individual and storytelling book of images. Capturing the energy of a moment whether that comes from the environment, the people, or the light is the essence of the photograph. Peggy spends time with her clients to get a real sense of their own individuality and have that reflect in their pictures.
"I love photography....painting with light and energy to create that authentic image is what it's all about,"
Peggy studied art and photography at Parson's School of Design, School of Visual Arts and Art Student's League in New York City. She has worked with many teachers/photographers including fashion photographer Alan Kaplan, still photographer Arthur Sachs, art photographer George Tice, and film maker/photographer Lou Draper. Her work has been published in Forbes Magazine, Photo District News, and The Bucks County Writer among others and she has written for different magazines including Photo District News. She has exhibited her work in several galleries and museums throughout the U.S.