Sharon fell in love with the art of photography while she was a sergeant in the military in Israel. After being released from the army, she traveled to the Kuna Yala Islands to document one of the last pure-blooded indigenous cultures in the world, the Kuna Yala Indians. The Kuna Yala Islands, commonly known the San Blas isles, are located in the Comarca region of the Caribbean off the coast of Panama. The people of the self-ruling Kuna Yala tribe inhabit roughly forty-nine of the 365 tiny islands of the archipelago. The tribe strongly believes in Mother Nature as exemplified by their belief that each of the 365 islands represent one day of the year. Similar in stature to the African pygmies, these remarkable men and woman average around 4'10" in height.