My first attempt at telling stories about under-represented people was through photography. I started a photography business in September 2016. My clients shared stories about their experiences with mental health, immigration, racism, body image issues and sexual assault, which I captured through close-up portraits of them set in appropriately contextual backgrounds.
I have created pictures around the United States, India, and the United Arab Emirates.
Find some of my projects below —
I recently traveled to Tapachula, Mexico to write about immigration and the conditions that migrants face there.
In Pursuit: The State of Policing
I researched, traveled, reported, and produced photos and a documentary on police unions in Wisconsin, Missouri, and Louisiana.
During my time in college, I shot portraits of students and showcased their stories on Instagram.