After five years of living and working in London, UK, I relocated back to the US in 2015. By day, I'm a Policy Consultant focused on conflict, climate, and the role of resources in post-conflict states. By night and on weekends, I'm an avid photographer. Primarily focused on city-scapes, portraiture, and environmentally focused documentary themes.
I first became captivated with photography in high school, and continued to take a course at university. Since then, I've continued to do film photography and dark room printing in my spare time. It's been an essential creative outlet for me, one that connects me to the past through film processing, and to the present through my subjects. While most of my work is showcased in my mom's house, or comfortably secluded in storage; I've shown some work at the Art Haus in Port Orange and Daytona Southeastern Center for Photography, in Florida, USA; and at Gallery Max in NYC.
In April 2015, I had the honor to be named the ' Last Frame Photographer' for B+W Magazine.