||Q: What has been your biggest challenge so far?
||Q: You are a multi-talented woman! Tell us about your book, “From Pilot to Painter,” and how writing, for you, compares to painting and photography. Which do you prefer?
||Q: During one of the most gripping times of your life, you were personally affected by the 9/11 attack on our country. Your husband was killed on the plane that crashed into the Pentagon. Would you mind telling us about it and how it has shaped your work?
||Q: (Part II) Would you share your story of how creating art enabled you to heal after losing your husband on 9/11?
||Q: Would you speak about how important it was to get back to work after losing your husband on 9/11?
||Q: How has your use of photography changed over the years?
||Q: What’s on the easel today?
||Q: Can you speak in more detail about how losing your husband, Dr. Bryan C. Jack, on 9/11 affected your artistic practice?
||Q: When did you begin seriously studying photography?
||Q: How has photography changed your approach to painting?