• I am a photographer covering breaking news, politics, protests, and summits worldwide. I am credentialed to photograph on Capitol Hill and at the White House. Clients include The New York Times, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, The World Bank, Getty Images, Mount Sinai, National Geographic, The Aspen Institute, and UPI. I spend time between Washington, DC, Colorado, and Montana. I am dedicated to highlighting animal rights and welfare, often times animals used for purposes of entertainment and profit generation.

  • -President of the Women Photojournalists of Washington 2016-2018
  • -Master's Degree-Georgetown University
  • -Corcoran College of Art + Design Master's Classes-Photojournalism
  • -Boston University-Undergraduate Degree
  • -Photography Fellow at Georgetown University's Center for Social Impact Communications
  • -Recipient of the center's Social Impact Award, recognizing commitment to positive social change
  • -Helping organizations Communicate via imagery by building photo databases for nonprofits