||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: Would you say there is a unifying quality to all of the work you have produced in the last thirty years?
||Q: Can you speak in more detail about how losing your husband, Dr. Bryan C. Jack, on 9/11 affected your artistic practice?
||Q: Please speak about your background as a Naval officer and aviator and how that has informed your sensibility as an artist.
||Q: Why the chromogenic process above all others?
||Q: What do you like to do in the darkroom that brings a print up to perfection?
||Q: How has photography changed your approach to painting?