Haiku Camera Makes It Official for 2019

Excited to share some news:

I have my official website live:

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Now you can peruse a growing online gallery, find out where these photographs are exhibiting in the metro-Boston area, as well as easily purchase prints, specially printed on bamboo washi, made in Japan. These papers were made with digital prints in mind. The results are a clean image, on a non-glossy service, which preserves a “handmade” look yet retaining high quality printmaking.

You can still follow this blog here via wordpress, or keep up with it on lowe aperture, haiku camera’s now new second home.

Thanks for following haiku camera!



The Natural World Goes West

Some of my photos are up at my dear friend Tamar’s gallery in Fitchburg, MA.


Spider Crab and Grey’s Beach photos at Gallery Sitka


Head over to Gallery Sitka West to check out selected works of The Natural World on Washi, as well as a bunch of amazing art by local artists at her inspiring gallery space.

Gallery Sitka West

454 Main Street

Fitchburg, MA 01420

My friend and I visited when I dropped off the photos; we had fun peering at the wonderful paintings, and getting to know Meagan, who not only works there but has some of her art on display.

Works by Meagan St Laurent


Wonderful paintings command your attention as soon as you walk in:

Artist Unknown please contact Gallery Sitka for artist and more information

By Zen Saito


Paper Connection International, who supplied the Japanese paper, or washi, for my show, also has some other decorative sheets of handmade paper for sale. These hail from Japan, and include hand painted kozo, as well as katazome, or resist dyed sheets. Cute stationery from Japan is available too.

Gorgeous handmade papers from Paper Connection International

Tamar, the owner of Gallery Sitka, works very hard supporting the arts in the area. She’s in a great location, right near the Fitchburg Art Museum. She also runs a studio in Shirley, MA, where she guides clients with web design, social media, and other digital marketing.

Visit Gallery Sitka for some refreshing and inspiring experiences, meet some nice people, and support the arts in central MA.

And thanks, Tamar!

Haiku Camera Photo Show Extended Through March

I’m happy to share that my photos are still up in Acton through the end of March. If you’re in the area, please stop in. There’s a great cafe next door, as well as another gallery upstairs.

See you in Acton?

The Natural World on Washi: The natural world as seen through a digital lens, printed on Japanese paper.

Now through the end of March 2018

Wellness at Villageworks (map)

525 Massachusetts Ave #101,

Acton, MA 01720

Phone(978) 238-8525


A Little Haiku Camera in Acton

I’m happy to announce my photographs are on display at the Wellness at Villageworks in West Acton, MA. There is something different about these photos; they are printed on Japanese paper, or washi. I used coated bamboo paper, suggested by Lauren Pearlman, from Paper Connection International, which ran through an Epson quite smoothly. Many thanks to Zen Saito, who helped print these photos. Of course I am always indebted to my incredible husband, who is always so unbelievably supportive.

The Natural World on Washi: The natural world as seen through a digital lens, printed on Japanese paper.

Wellness at Villageworks (map)
525 Massachusetts Ave #101,
Acton, MA 01720
Phone(978) 238-8525



Language Lessons on Paper

                                                     Do you know what this says?

This is a new Japanese silkscreen print from Paper Connection International,
which roughly translates to celebrate.
Check out more of their language lessons on paper!

Amazing Paperwomen’s Wedding Box

Warm wishes for Jeri's big dayDeb did a great jobThe inside of the boxA close upClose upsDeb and Jane discussing the box.
The hingeJane likes the box...and Deb is pretty proud-rightly so!CranesWedding Box

A couple of years ago one of the lovely paperwomen I work with handcrafted this beautiful box for my wedding. Made with handmade vintage yuzen, or chiyogami paper, as well as lokta, and lots of love, this was a perfect box for all the letters, cards, and well wishes we received. Thanks so much Deb, and all the paperwomen. We still treasure it.