A professional within the international affairs sector since 2001, with a particular focus on cultural and political critical analysis. Very interested in the politics of representation, visual narratives and documentary photography, since 2007 she has trained and worked towards documentary image thinking and production, questioning representation and storytelling within the humanitarian and photojournalism sectors. As a visual anthropologist, she has produced, authored and co-edited visual documentary projects in Thailand, Myanmar and Palestine, and produced personal photographic work.
Her main interests include documentary photography, questioning media use, the politics of representation, aid and foreign policy, human rights, conflicts and displacement, power and discourse production, identity/ethnicity, art, poetry/spoken word,
She holds a MA in Anthropology from SOAS, UK (2000) and from 2005 has trained further in International Relations, Human rights, Photography, Documentary Photography language and Fiction & Documentary Cinema in Brussels, Barcelona and Thailand.