A little about me.

I study Photojournalism, Arabic, and Emergency Medicine at Western Kentucky University and plan to graduate by Dec. of 2019. 

I hope to advocate through my storytelling. I have documented topics I find culturally or visually interesting and so far my work has examined social issues within the United States, with special interest in stories of environmental racism and economic divide.

I have worked at the Denver Post and I am joining the Los Angeles Times for their summer internship.

I have received grant funding from the Alexia Foundation to continue work on Flock of Doves, a documentation of the effects of gangs on the community of Pueblo, Colorado.  Additionally, the Reuters Storytelling Grant and the Atlanta Photojournalism Seminar have supported my project On Poisoned Land, which explores the legacy of uranium mining on the Navajo Nation.

I also enjoy audiobooks, scrolling through Instagram, cycling, and rock climbing.

Some of my favorite photography work has been made by Stanley Greene, Stephanie Sinclair, Aaron Huey, Sarah Blesener, Matt Eich, Dominic Bracco II, Michael Christopher Brown, Alec Soth and Justin Maxon. 

I'm very much open for collaboration ideas, freelance work or just to chat about photography -- (419) 206-4717.

Photo above by: Morgan Hornsby

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