I was born and raised in New Jersey and my first memory of photography is playing with my father's film cameras as a kid.
In 2014, photography took on a new meaning for me when my dad passed away from cancer. It became my own form of therapy. At the same time, through sharing my father's story, I saw the power of storytelling and the difference it can make in so many lives.
That was when everything *clicked* for me (I'm sorry, I had to).
I went on to study photojournalism from UNC-Chapel Hill and was hired at the Minneapolis Star Tribune shortly after graduating. After spending two years in Duluth, I now live and work in Minneapolis.
I have a special interest in long form storytelling and love working with medium format film.