I have been photographing diverse subjects for 21 years, as I explore and reshape my perspectives on humanity, cultures, and experiences that expand my understanding of the world. American by birth, I lived in Asia and Europe for over 5 years before returning home to NYC in 2019.
One of my street scenes is the cover image for the report, “Centering the Picture: The role of race & ethnicity in cultural engagement in the U.S.”, an analysis of culture and community in a time of crisis, with images for two additional reports pending. My work has been featured in Art on the Ave's 'The Art of Healing' exhibition and ICP’s '#ICPConcerned: Global Images for Global Crisis' exhibition. I am included in Art on the Ave's next exhibition, 'Resiliency', and Women Street Photographers' next virtual exhibition, and I am currently a Semi-Finalist in the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery’s Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition 2022. My imagery has also been featured in various photography platforms and feeds, including competitions hosted by Instagram and Getty Images.
Since February 2021, I have been documenting the Stop Asian Hate movement and related events supporting AAPI communities.