I've always been in love with creativity and nature. My fascination started as a child, when I spent hours upon hours drawing ordinary everyday objects like hands, silverware, sneakers, sticks, pine cones, etc. Then, I started layering things, drawing hands on top of hands, etc. I remember my first camera, a 110 film cartridge camera! Then I finally picked up film photography in college and graduated from Boston University with a degree in fine arts and film. Then I started to travel!
Traveling and experiencing new places became my passion. I’ve studied mindfulness and Buddhist meditation for over 20 years. Connecting with people and places means everything to me. Travel and landscape photography has emerged as my creative passion.
While pursuing my Masters in Transformative Arts at JFK University I produced an exhibit called, “Dreaming Mind, Conscious Mind” which brought recognized artists together with bay area disabled artists. The results were transformative and blurred the lines that normally defined us. I love the exploration of arts and consciousness as well.
My day job is managing technology projects for nonprofits, universities, and start-ups. Ultimately, my vision is to combine my love for photography, technology and humanitarian work to create a positive social impact.