Harold: You hop in any car you want and just drive off?
Maude: Well, not any car - I like to keep a variety. I’m always looking for the new experience.
Harold: (Smiling) Maybe.
Harold: (Seriously) Nevertheless, I think you’re upsetting people. I don’t know if that’s right.
-Harold and Maude, Hal Ashby, 1971
Sharon is a graduate of The Rhode Island School of Design and has continued her photographic studies at The International Center of Photography. She has always carried both a camera and a pencil.
For over twenty years, she worked as an Art Director for magazines, newspapers and non-profit organizations in New York City and London. She loves design, but these days most of her work involves taking pictures. Her favorite part of being a photographer is meeting people. She enjoys the stories they share with her about their lives and capturing them in a series of images or one still photograph.
Sharon does not watch much tv and people make fun of her lack of knowledge of pop culture. Instead, she reads books printed on paper, likes to visit graveyards, cooks without using recipes, and listens to music with lyrics like those that were written by The Stanley Brothers.
Her favorite movie has always been Harold and Maude.
Clients Include: The New York Times, Chess In The Schools, The Children's Aid Society, Focus Information Services, Goddard Riverside Community Center, The Metropolitan Montessori School, Mind/Body/Green.
Sharon lives and works in New York City.