Photography has been my passion since I first picked up
a camera at age 11. After living in various European countries for 10
years as a child, I developed an intense fascination and love for varied
cultures. At University I majored in International Relations with a focus
on Peace & Conflict Resolution and a minor in Photography.
Sometimes the injustice in the world overwhelms me, but ultimately it
motivates me. My passion for photography is matched only by my passion
to help create a more just and peaceful world. The subjects I choose are
often people who show me something meaningful about our existence. I relay
these stories to a larger audience with the hope of contributing to increased
awareness and insight into the lives of others. Understanding is the first
step towards peaceful interactions.
Yale University Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Western Americana
Archive CHARTER GALLERY 2015-2016
juried exhibition Tea Time,
2001 and exhibited WIPI photo l.a. 2002.