Through the years there’s been a lot that has changed in my outlook towards things: career, relationships, diet, health and happiness in general. What’s clear is that it’s all very difficult to pin down. What made sense to me in my twenties has changed many times over through just plain trial and error. We can only draw from our past, enjoy the present, and hope for an even better future.

Six years ago I decided to make a huge change in my life. The career that had taken me so far, had proven to give me back only so much in personal fulfillment. I made a risky move psychologically, socially and financially, in what my friends and family deemed ‘crazy’. I quit my job, gave up board rooms and power lunches, and went back to school. All in the hopes of re-inventing myself…as an artist. It’s been tough, but fun, and rewarding.

I became a photographer, and after years of meandering I finally found my ‘voice’ - at least that’s what the art world calls it. But for me it’s been as simple as taking pictures of what I love. Living in downtown New York City in the heart of SoHo, I thrive on the energy of my surroundings - the people, and the cobblestone streets.




I am a simple gal who loves making photographs and spending time with my boyfriend and little dog named Gelybean. I am fortunate to be able to spend a good amount of time on personal projects, traveling and collaborating with a team of rad people. I make my bed in NY, New York and am a sucker for assignments because it keeps me busy and I like organized projects.

Photography is my calling and the thing that will undoubtedly drive me insane someday. My photographs are a reflection of the way I feel on any given day. Admittedly, it’s a bit of a strange concept. But it’s honest – and it’s the best way to describe my approach to the craft. I wrestle with every image I shoot. I assume perfection is possible and I want to bring it out of every picture. If that’s all you ever know about me, it’s enough to say you know me very, very well.