Janice has been making photographs since her wedding day in 1977 when she and her husband received a Nikon camera as a wedding present from her father. Her early days were primarily spent chronicling her family’s growth and adventures. When her children were grown she began to travel again and once more found herself captivated by the people and cultures she visited. But this time around she captured the people and places on film. She discovered that above all else, it is the experience of engagement that gives her inspiration. Her travels have taken her through Asia, South America, Southeast Asia and Europe. Her ensuing photographs are a document of her encounters with the indigenous people she has met and the places in which they live.

Janice uses a small 35 mm rangefinder camera with primarily black and white film. She produces compelling silver gelatin prints.

Janice participated in a juried exhibition for The Center for Fine Art Photography in 2006.

She participated in a group show at St. Supery Winery in 2005.

She had a solo exhibit at ABC Bakery & Café 2005.

She participated in a group show in April 2005 at Studio II Gallery in Napa.

Her work is part of various collections, most notably the di Rosa Preserve.

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