I have carried a camera with me everywhere since I was 12 years old. It is the tool I use to see the world. I cannot remember a time where I did not feel a deep need to document my existence in an honest and intriguing way.
In 2013 I started at The New England School of Photography and I’ve been a professional photographer ever since. Since then my work has been shown in local gallery and a magazine. I am also the creator of an all-woman inclusive photography night called Immersion, a therapeutic space for women to explore themselves and their art in three dimensional spaces I create. I feel art is nothing if it doesn’t enhance the lives of others, if I don’t give back to the world with it. My art draws from my own personal traumas, transforming them into something colorful, surreal and magical. I want to show how multifaceted recovery is so others can understand they are never as alone as it feels when the darkness comes.