My interest in photography started in high school with an apprenticeship at Pittsburgh Filmmakers.  I’ve done many things since leaving my parents’ nest: worked as a legislative assistant in Washington, D.C., spent more than two years in Germany, and traveled to Africa, Europe, South America and Asia.

Along the way, I picked up a Bachelors degree in International Development from Penn State University and a Masters degree in Journalism at the University of Missouri- Columbia. From 2008-2010, I worked at the Stars and Stripes, a daily newspaper for U.S. military communities overseas. In between working and studying, I have traveled as much as possible and taken many photos along the way.

I continue to pursue both photographic and academic goals. I recently returned to graduate school to pursue a Ph.D. in Media, Technology and Society at Northwestern University. In addition to research and classes, I also work with the National Veterans Art Museum in Chicago.

My parents instilled in me a love of cycling, and I continue to have adventures on two wheels, from cycling through Europe, to tours in the U.S.


One Response to “About”

  1. Joeyjojojo Says:

    Hi there,

    Very interesting website, I love the selection of photographs. I just stumbled across your blog because mine is named “a bad case of wanderlust” though I don’t seem to be doing it justice as much anymore, school is keeping me too busy for a lot of travel….

    Good luck to you in your chosen profession!


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