You can take the girl out of Columbus, but you can't take Columbus out of the girl.
As a moment-based visual voice, I strive to be an active part of any community I find myself in. After graduating from Kent State University in 2017 with my bachelors degree in photojournalism, I found myself moving to southeast Missouri a short four weeks into post-grad to start my full-time career as a photojournalist, beginning with the Southeast Missourian. Nearly two years later I hopped to the far eastern shore to work in the Connecticut media scene, working with the Hartford Courant.
I love raw, everyday life. I love documenting the seemingly mundane, finding the beauty around every corner. I love listening. I love being a visual voice.
In my spare time, you can find me on a trail, exploring new parts of town or belting notes to my favorite tunes with the windows down. I also advocate for mental health, as I pursue my masters in clinical mental health counseling; I champion conservation and take my iced coffee with coconut milk and a reusable straw.