I was born in Sarasota, Florida to migrants from Jamaica and grew up in Los Angeles. From an early age, my family moved very often. As a result, I learned to be flexible and adapt quickly to new surroundings. And I believe this constant change has informed me artistically. In my twenties, I moved to New York and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology and Photography at Hunter College. Currently, I am based in London as an independent photographer. In my photographic themes, my focus ranges from migrant issues, animal stories to sub-cultures within urban settings. Having lived in different countries, I feel a keen awareness to emigrant cultures and people living in transitional flux as I empathize with beings living outside of their native environment. From this perspective, I create work that is sensitive to human nature and emotions, leaning towards narrative portraiture as a medium to tell these stories.