"I crossed the street to walk in the sunshine." -Elizabeth Gilbert

I was born in 1980 in Enid, Oklahoma, picked up my first camera in 1988 and was raised in about 15 different places across the US and abroad traveling often with my military father.  

Traditional analog photography is my educational foundation. Mixing media and cinematography is my self taught evolution. I have been a portrait photographer and an artist simultaneously for over 20 years. 

Currently I live and work in Los Angeles.

When I'm not creating collages or cyanotypes I enjoy dancing, sculpting, writing, painting, working with textiles and experimental cinematography.   My favorite place to be is at the beach or in my garden with a cup of tea.

 

Audio interview from Bijou Podcast about my process as an artist. Slideshow and video of my art and behind the scenes. 2019