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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 Iā€™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.