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My work converges on themes of intimacy, domesticity, urban life—and the intersection of the three.

My interest in photography began in Junior High School where I learned the basics of printing in a black and white darkroom. Soon after, my interest grew into a passion as I began to work with digital photography.

I’m especially fascinated by processes of documentation of intimacy, whether this be between two people, one person and the public space, or contained within the natural world itself.

I pull imagery from my vivid dreams, TV shows such as The Twilight Zone, and my sketches of subway riders. As both a physical and visual learner, my art entertains a constant search for a hands-on connection to the image-making process. I often find myself working outside, in an effort to control and to change with my environment.

I began pursuing a BA at Yale University in the fall of 2017.