Photo by MICHELLE GIORLA Like many artists who grew up in Cape May, filmmaker Sara Werner realized her creative calling at an early age. Her ambitions were nurtured by family, friends, and a true connection with the natural and architectural wonders our island offers. After graduating from Wildwood Catholic High School in 2005, she studied […]
Mark Garland Interview by Tommy RaniszewskiPhoto by Michelle Giorla When he’s not leading birding and nature tours in Alaska, Uganda, or Costa Rica, naturalist Mark Garland calls our island his home. He and his wife, artist Paige Cunningham, have lived in West Cape May for 21 years. Although he keeps his career “under the radar,” […]
Eliza Lotozo lives in the house she grew up in. Nestled on West Cape May’s rural Stimpson Lane with its door’s-always-open feel and Bohemian eclecticism interior, the house reflects the free-spirited, art-based community here which has thrived for generations. As I entered her home, the topics I’d planned to discuss were swept away by the […]
After innkeeping for 25 years in Cape May, her life remains a Happy Mess.