Los Angeles, CA, USA
Independent documentary photographer working on social issues while accepting assignments from nonprofit, editorial, and commercial clients. It is my goal to empower viewers to think about the universal conditions that affect humanity and to promote positive change in their communities.
Cosmopolitan, The Atlantic, VICE, Travis Manion Foundation, International Rescue Committee, Aid India, Givology, Cercle Social, Maryland Community Connection, Digitas Health, Life & Thyme, UpStart Magazine, Sweetgreen, Shady Grove Fertility
2015 - Chosen Winner, Black Box Gallery
- Breaking news
CoachArt is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in Los Angeles and San Francisco that creates various arts and athletic programming for hundreds of children who live with chronic illness. Children living with chronic illness may feel isolated because of their condition. Frequent hospital visits and deficient immune systems often cause them to miss time in school and recreational activities. Families, overwhelmed by the cost and demands of ongoing medical care, often lack the resources to seek out or afford extracurricular activities. Healthy siblings are affected too when family resources are focused on a chronically ill child. CoachArt supports these families by offering free recreational lessons that bring a sense of normalcy back into their lives.
These two stories were created as part of Project Los Angeles, a photography workshop created by Momenta Workshops in conjunction with Leica and coaches—Jamie Rose, Craig Semetko, Matt Rose, and Dotan Saguy.