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I am a photographer and writer based in New York City who specializes in documenting the sacred in the everyday and exploring the bigger questions in life.
I believe photography and storytelling are powerful tools that help us imagine new worlds and recognize the humanity of those around us. This belief fueled my decision to design a major in Existential Activism at Colorado College, which led me to study French philosophy in Paris, community organizing in D.C., and art in the streets of Chicago as I honed my way of looking at the world.
I am currently a graduate student at Union Theological Seminary, where I am studying Islam and Interreligious Engagement in order to create visual narratives of faith that counter Islamophobia and religious persecution.
When I’m not taking photos or writing articles you can find me testing new recipes in the kitchen or tucked away with a book in a coffeeshop.