I am a recent graduate from The New School university in New York City with my degree being in psychology. I am a former opioid-dependent person who has spent the last seven years working with drugs users using harm reduction techniques and with a psychedelic plant medicine called Ibogaine. I have spoken about my work at several international conferences, including the National Harm Reduction Conference in New Orleans in 2018 and the Global Ibogaine Therapy Alliance conference in 2016. I have also appeared in Woman’s Day magazine, Double Blind magazine, and several online publications. I am currently using photography to show the lives of drug users in a humane and non-othering way. My goal is to encourage a re-thinking of the popular narrative of who drug users are. I am committed to the idea that if we re-visualize the narrative, we can achieve positive steps forward in helping drug users and re-educating the broader public about what substance use means.