Washington D.C., DC, USA
I grew up in Western Massachusetts and came to love and appreciate nature very quickly. I often adventured with both friends and my dogs into long backwoods hikes for hours at a time. When I wasn't exploring the woods, I developed a quick and intense fascination with many different artistic outlets. I started out drawing and crafting but sometime in the 90's my mother introduced me to the then popular disposable color film cameras; and it wasn't too much longer before I was asking for disposable cameras of my own. I quickly became rationed by my exasperated mother to only two cameras a month when she learned how quickly I was going through them. I'll never forget my mother laughing at my impatience in a CVS on photo pick up day and the sheer joy I had looking through the small 5x7 prints on the way home. Since then photography has been a driving force for how I enjoy connecting with nature as well as with people.
I graduated from Tulane University in 2017 majoring in Anthropology and Studio Art, and I try to find ways to connect the two whenever I’m working on projects.
I'm a recently returned Peace Corps Volunteer serving in Albania Jan 2018- Aug 2019. When I'm not working, I'm often trying to find new and interesting places to explore and photograph.
- Still life