(she/her) b. 1993 Houston, Texas
I'm a Detroit, Michigan based documentary photographer and I grew up in the American South and Central Appalachia.
I studied Photojournalism and Sociology at Western Kentucky University and was an international student at the Danish School of Media and Journalism in 2014. Prior to working independently, I interned at The Oregonian, The Roanoke Times, The Flint Journal, The Washington Post and the San Antonio Express-News.
My work examines economic divestment, gender disparity and the daily life of the American working-class primarily through long-form visual narratives and portraiture. I am currently the president of the Michigan Press Photographers Association and am a member of Women Photograph.
I'm available for commission nationally.
For commercial inquiries - Kiln Pictures - firstname.lastname@example.org
2020 ART WORKS Project's Emerging Lens Grant Recipient
2020 GroundTruth Fellow - Galloway Fellow for Reporting in Appalachia
2018 Michigan Press Photographer of the Year
2017 GroundTruth Fellow - Crossing the Divide
2016 Getty Emerging Talent Roster
2016 Hearst National Champion - Photojournalism
The New York Times
The Wall Street Journal
Rolling Stone Magazine
The Washington Post
The Chronicle of Higher Education
The Kentucky Documentary Photographic Project
The GroundTruth Project
US News + World Report
The Globe + Mail
The LA Times