in 2017, She received her MFA in Photography from Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, GA.
Her work explores issues of human perception, identity, and social norms that are present in today's society. She wants to empower others to see the world in a different light, stripped of society's expectations, exposing the raw truths of the human condition that are rarely discussed. Furthermore, Potter creates images that question the definitions of portraiture and its perceived meanings of truth. Her style is simple and straightforward, but complex in its process. Her work falls in between straight portraiture and staged narratives. While photography is her primary focus, she enjoys non-objective painting and ceramics; she enjoys interweaving these art forms together to break down the barriers between the different forms of art.