The story of a photographer
I have always been intrigued by human nature: how we connect with others, how we reveal ourselves through microexpressions and body language, how we interact with the world around us. This fascination has guided me throughout my life, both intellectually and creatively. I graduated from Tulane University in May 2021 with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Sociology, and I graduated from Columbia University with a Master of Science of Social Work in May 2023. Through my work, I find myself seeking to understand the nature of humanity more deeply, and I hope to encourage others to recognize the beauty in vulnerability.
I was drawn to photography from a young age, and at the start of high school I began to capture the transitory moments of my adolescence on disposable cameras. I discovered my passion for music photography while living in New Orleans, and I was lucky to be able to build a portfolio by shooting friends' shows; soon after, I began photographing for local publications. Building on my desire to document the human experience, I have expanded my body of work to include events, portraits, engagements and weddings, and food and culture.
I have photographed and written for a variety of publications, such as: The Crescent Magazine, Underground Zine, Pinstriped Zine, ANTIGRAVITY Magazine, and My Spilt Milk. In 2019, I launched my own arts publication, The Dilettante. I have also worked closely with small businesses, such as Maypop Herb Shop and Heartsleeve.