Arlington, VA, United States
I am a photographer working in Washington, DC., Aspen, Colorado, and on assignment in the US and abroad. I photograph news, sports, portraits, and events for agencies and clients including The Associated Press, Getty Images, Corbis, Polaris Images, and UPI. My personal work consists of human rights and animal rights coverage. I am credentialed to photograph on Capitol Hill and a member of the White House News Photographers Association.
I help organizations communicate via imagery by building photo databases that individuals can use to communicate messages strategically. I also consult and photograph at the World Bank.
Having earned a Masters in Corporate Communications/Public Relations from Georgetown, I am a Cause Consultant and the Photography Fellow at the University's Center for Social Impact Communications, and a recipient of the center's Social Impact Award, recognizing commitment to positive social change. I have learned to multiple perspectives to storytelling from the Corcoran College of Art + Design masters classes in New Media Photojournalism.
I served as Editor in Chief for Niche Media and Media Relations Director at Aspen Film. Born in New York and raised in Miami, I ultimately started to photograph in the mountains of Colorado, Wyoming, and Montana after spending years on set and on location. I earned a Bachelor of Science in Communications from Boston University, and focus much of my nonprofit photography on animal rights and homeless families with children living in Washington, D.C. via Bright Beginnings.