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Skye is an American photographer, with a degree in Anthropology and Public Health from The College of William and Mary. Since 2015, she has been intertwining ethnographic research with photography when documenting social issues through the lens of international NGO work. Her interests are women's health rights and education on a global scale.
Skye worked throughout Eastern Europe, photographing and evaluating partner organizations for the nonprofit, GlobalGiving. She also worked as a Photo Producer for The North Face in 2016. Since 2015, she has completed photo and production contracts with ZUMA Press, United Press International, National Geographic, HBO, and Discovery. She has also assisted award winning photographers, Deanne Fitzmaurice and Catherine Karnow.
Skye is self-represented and currently working in the U.S. and Europe.
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Women's March - Washington, D.C.
One year ago today, an estimated half a million people attended the Women’s March in downtown Washington, D.C. on January 21, 2017. Shot on assignment for United Press International.
Protesting President Trump's Inaugration
One year ago today, protestors clashed with police in downtown Washington, D.C. just hours after President Trump’s Inauguration. Shot on assignment for United Press International. January 2016.
The Neoumanist Association in the Straseni district of Moldova is a nonprofit that supports local elders. The NGO provides hot meals, laundry services, showers, group activities, and even transportation. The Association serves 250+ elderly and also provides housing for 20 of the most sick and vulnerable at a full-time living facility. Often times elders in Moldova are left behind in poverty, with no one to care for them as the majority of young Moldovans have emigrated in hope of better jobs.