Since taking my first polaroid at the age of five, I have always been interested in capturing the world around me. I seek out humans and evidence of how we maneuver through this world. Being from New York, people watching is a necessary schooling. I continued that schooling at Syracuse University and later, School of Visual Arts.
Continuing my education in traveling and exploring with my camera, I use my camera lens to focus on the various ways we struggle and succeed to dwell in our environments; to find that always present, yet slightly perceptible connection between us and our spaces. Regardless of culture, country, community; we interact within our present environment leaving lasting impressions of ourselves in the space we occupy. To capture that which is not easily visible in passing moments is to capture the true dynamic of that place, that subject, that moment, that time. These moments, what I seek with my work, are parts of who I am, who we are.