I am a mixed media storyteller based in Hudson Valley, NY. My projects focus on how people find belonging through community, place and self. I believe in the power of collaboration through audio storytelling and documentary photography to expand our understanding of humanity and what keeps us connected.
In 2016 I graduated from Bard College with a BA in photography and a concentration in Human Rights. Upon graduation I worked for David Hume Kennerly, The Metabolic Studio, and the Los Angeles Center for Photography while I continued to pursue my work between 2016-19. I was shortlisted in 2020 for the Open Competition and Alpha Female Awards in the Sony World Photography Awards. After moving back to the East Coast in 2020, I worked for Wendy Ewald as an archivist and my photo essay “Inside a 22-Person Pandemic Pod in a Hudson Valley Hotel,” was published in New York Magazine's Curbed section in July 2021.
Since 2021 I have been working with the Times Union focusing on communities such as the Witchcraft District in Poughkeepsie, as well as the influx of newcomers and what it means to be a community member in Hudson, NY.
I recently held a residency at Basilica Hudson titled blueprint using cyanotypes and portraiture. I am currently a part time project manager and archivist for Melissa Auf der Maur and freelancing as an independent photographer and oral historian.