I am a documentary photographer, filmmaker and educator. Earlier in my career, I worked as an editor and have also produced and directed. Beginning in 2008, I studied and worked as an educator. I am trained and have worked in Waldorf and Public School educational systems and continue to do so in Maine and New York.
In 2015, I turned my focus entirely to photography and began developing MARGINS, a body of work comprised of five photo essays dedicated to people living on the edges of society as well as those moving toward them. Recent projects from MARGINS have been exhibited in the US and Colombia: NO PLACE LIKE HOME (2015) – a documentation of refugee migration throughout Europe and the need to find home; and ZERO (2016) – an intimate study examining the lives of Colombia’s desplazados (IDPs). I continue to develop and fundraise for the final three installments of MARGINS: TWO NATIONS; LOOKING FOR SOLOMON; and THE ANXIETY OF WHITE.