From the moment Margaret first picked up a camera she had an innate ability to put her subjects at ease. As she looks through the lens Margaret is always watching and waiting for a moment; a lived-in moment the viewer can sense as honest and true. “Through these moments I endeavor to tell a story, ask a few questions and draw the viewer in. I’ve begun to realize the power of these moments comes from my own desire to connect; to create some sort of relationship between myself, the camera and my subject”. It is this ‘relationship’ between photographer and subject that sets Margaret apart. Perhaps most importantly it is this connection that allows Margaret to consistently identify and capture moments of pure human experience in which we find a thread of our own story.