About The Photographer





I’m a documentary photographer working with stills, audio, video, writing and editing. I’m also an educator—I’ve taught photography to a group of preteens at an after-school program through the Bronx Documentary Center for several years as well as graduate students at New York University and Columbia University. Prior to living in New York City, I was a coordinator at Pictures of the Year International.

Topics I’m interested in include exploring the nuances of individual and group identity, the concept of "Home," the ever-shifting social and political makeup of the Middle East, gender-based issues, the spectrum of mental illness and the aftermath of trauma.

I have a masters degree in photojournalism from the University of Missouri and an amazingly strange dog named Professor. She is a Good Girl.


The New York Times
The Wall Street Journal
ESPN's The Undefeated
the Phoenix New Times
a variety of Midwestern publications.
video editing for TIME.com and VSCO.

|| Recognition ||

2019: New York Times Portfolio Review

2018: PDN's 30 New and Emerging Photographers to Watch

2017: IWMF Adelante Reporting Fellowship

2016: Eddie Adams Workshop

2015: New York Times Portfolio Review

|| Exhibitions & Artist Talks ||

2019: Documentary Family Awards Judge

2018: Group Exhibition, “Diagnosed,”
Davis Orton Gallery, NY

2018: PDN 30 Photoville Group Exhibition, NYC

2018: PDN 30 Photoville Panel, NYC

2018: Women Photograph Photoville Panel, NYC

2018: Afropunk Exhibition & Panel, Detroit

2018: Making Meaning With Young People at Half King, NYC

2018: Developing Personal Projects:
Women Photograph x Photo Brigade Panel, NYC

2017: Gender, Race & Photography Panel at
Columbia University, NYC

2017: Documenting Detroit Guest Speaker, Detroit

2017: ICP’s Teen Academy Photo I, NYC

2015: Open Show Screening “Until Her” at Half King, NYC

2015: Solo Exhibit & Artist Talk, “Intersecting Parallels:
Women In Haifa,” University of Delaware

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