Contributing artists for Mother-Daughter Press
Michael Jermyn Phototgrapher Michael T. Jermyn considers himself a 'reincarnated impressionist' working with a camera. He is best known for his extraordinary still-life compositions and rich landscape images. Michael loves nothing more than roaming the countryside around Vermont and New England with his trusty Nikon in search of big trees, old houses, stories and ghosts, with music playing on the car stereo. He has just published a book of his photography called “Surfing the Light” and a childrens story available at http://www.blurb.com, just plug in Michael's name to get his books.
Visit Michael in Montpelier VT. Call for an appointment to see his gorgeous prints in person. Phone(s): (802) 223-1570 or email: He can be reached at; firstname.lastname@example.org
Winston Connorton A contributing photographer from Washington DC, he brings an urban and photojournalistic edge to Mother-Daughter Press. Passionate about the art and the science, his goal is to bring the two together to entice emotion and thought.
A photographer, journalist, with training in Sociology and Public Health. He works as an instructional designer at Dartmouth College, he blogs under the name (@healthyrx) on Twitter and
His photography is available on Flickr