Books, Interviews, Television, Film, Presentations, Artwork


My photo, by Harry Aycock, in 2013, at the Carlyle House Historic Park in my marigold damask gown made by The Silly Sisters.   It was the inspiration for the main character's gown in "Mistress Firebrand" by Donna Thorland!!!

My jewelry was used in Amelia's Dream, A Colonial Girl's Adventure, written by Jami Borek published by Shrewsbury Press.


Check out the article written by Jessica Ross on where Colonial Williamsburg horses go when they retire via the "Making History" blog post.  I was interviewed for it.  Read about Nelson and his friend Black Ben!  Want to follow Nelson's retirement?  You can find him on Facebook at 
Southern Belle's Story Continues with Nelson

~ Photo Credits ~
Nelson on his first day of his retirement from Colonial Williamsburg (CW) - photo by Ginny
Mark Schneider riding Nelson as the Marquis de Lafayette in CW - photo by Susan Milligan
Ron Carnegie as General George Washington riding Nelson in CW - photo by Janet Fetherbay Bird


(Photo Courtesy of
Jewelry can be seen on the AMC Series "TURN Washington's Spies" Season Two and Three

Eliza Vincz in Legends and Lies - June 2016

Jewelry will be seen in the STARZ Series, 
"American Gods" in Season One


Daughters of the American Revolution Presentation
at Gadsby's Tavern and Museum, Alexandria, VA

Book Signing at the B&O Railroad Museum and Mouth Clare Museum House, 2014

Speaking at Belair Mansion in Bowie, Maryland in 2014
(Photo  by Samantha Dorsey)

 ~ Presentation for the Regency Society of Virginia and Jane Austen Society of North America South Eastern Division in Williamsburg, Virginia 2015 ~ 

Presentation and Demonstration at the
Chestertown Tea Party 2016
(Photo by Jim McGaughey)


Williamsburg to Yorktown - the end of the Rochembeau Trail
(Nelson is the Gray horse)

Heading Home to Mount Vernon
(Nelson is the Gray horse)

(I modeled for the Young Martha Washington)

Artwork by Bryant White
(A painting in the works from a photo by Paul A. McClintock)

Original Photo by Paul A. McClintock of From Common Hands Studio