When I was young, six or seven, I started sewing costumes for my dolls and photographing them in various scenes around the house (flower pots, kitchen shelves, looking at the river). In high school I photographed local theater productions and developed dozens (hundreds?) of b&w portraits of my friends. In college I started working with local designers and performers to create lookbooks, headshots, posters, and visual narratives that told the stories of the brand. While working on my MFA I realized that I loved shooting landscapes with (gasp) no people in them.
Over the years I’ve continued working on portraits, collaborating with local designers, and shooting for books and magazines (online and print), and, most recently I’m loving collaborating with writer and queer fashion blogger Nic de Luna. Here’s a sneak peek. Check out the blog for more!