I grew up in New York and Singapore. My undergraduate coursework was completed at Tufts University and The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, where I studied Sociology (B.A.) and Photography (B.F.A.), respectively. I spent the following two years working as a photographic archivist for the Boston Housing Authority. Most recently, I taught documentary photography at My Life, My Choice, helping victims of sexual exploitation tell their own stories.
My photographic work explores the American home and our changing social landscape. Recent projects have focused on my own home, foreclosed homes, public housing developments, and former mining boomtowns.
I am currently enrolled in Duke University’s MFA program, working towards degree completion in May 2014.