I am a sensory storyteller, experimenting with images and sound to shape narratives.
I picked up the camera for the first time when I was eleven years old and was told that my visual voice had power. That I had power. I haven't put the camera down since.
I graduated as a Morehead Cain Scholar from the University of North Carolina in Spring 2014 with a B.A. in American Studies and Peace, War, and Defense. A Minnesota native, my four years in the land of the pines also taught me an (un)healthy love of southern biscuits, a serious respect for James Taylor, and the importance of hearing individual stories to understand social narratives.
I traded my biscuits and grits for fish and chips as an M.A. student at the University of Manchester's Granada Center for Visual Anthropology, where I explored Ethnographic Documentary and Sensory Media production before heading to Atlanta to serve as a multimedia brand journalist for The Coca-Cola Company.