I want to take pictures that make you remember how the moment felt. I have always enjoyed taking pictures with polaroids, then film and now my digital camera. After working at the Chicago Tribune and other newspapers I decided to follow my love of taking pictures. I live in a Chicago Bungalow with my husband and three kids. Some clients I have had the pleasure to work with have been the Chicago Tribune, Crate and Barrel, McGarry Bowen Agency, American Express, Olive Garden to mention a few.
Frances de Pontes Peebles is the author of the novel, THE SEAMSTRESS (HarperCollins), translated into nine languages and winner of the Elle Grand Prix for Fiction, the Friends of American Writers Award, and the James Michener-Copernicus Society of America Award. Born in Pernambuco, Brazil, she is a graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. She has received a Fulbright Grant, Brazil’s Sacatar Foundation Fellowship, and was a Teaching Fellow at the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference. Her short stories have appeared in O. Henry Prize Stories, Zoetrope: All-Story, Missouri Review, and Indiana Review. Her story, THE SERRAMBI CASE, has been adapted into a short film by Australian director Emily Avila and entitled, IN A CANE FIELD. Her novel, THE SEAMSTRESS, was adapted for film and mini-series in Brazil by Conspiração Films as ENTRE IRMÃS. Her second novel, THE AIR YOU BREATHE, is forthcoming from Riverhead Books.