My path wasn't a traditional one.
In 2016 I graduated with a Master's degree in Global Health, and shortly after my graduation ceremony I was on a plane to Thailand to work for a non-profit. Before that, I spent a few months working for the World Health Organization (WHO) in Japan.
I had a bright future in my field, and I loved the work I was doing. It was impactful, meaningful, and I met some incredible people. Yet, sitting in an office all day made me feel isolated from the people I was supposed to be helping. My camera helped me bridge that gap, and I quickly took on the role as a photographer for my organizaiton. Within 6 months, I left that job to pursue photography full time.
Since leaving that job 4 years ago, I have traveled across the world to expand my knowledge of the craft and chase things that inspire me. It's been quite an adventure, and a lot of lessons have been learned.
Today, I focus much of my time on sharing these lessons and my knowledge of photography with you: the up-and-coming photographer with a massively bright future! I enjoy teaching and sharing just as much as I enjoy taking pictures, and look forward to being by your side on your creative journey.