|As an artist, I enjoy capturing the moments, scenes, and stories of day-to-day life, and I strive to make honest reality as visually interesting as possible by being as curious as possible in my work. |
Currently, I am a freelance photographer living in Durham, North Carolina, though my life's passion is to investigate and photograph the human relationship to our environment. I produced a short documentary, Wild Cats, in the spring of 2012, documenting the feral cat overpopulation crisis. Someday I hope to build a career out of documenting the plight of the marine ecosystem.
I graduated in the spring of 2012 from the Corcoran College of Art + Design in Washington, D.C., with a B.F.A. in photojournalism. I have interned in the Digital Media department at National Geographic, worked as a photography intern for the small paper, the Takoma Voice, in Takoma Park, M.D., photographed for the SilverDocs Documentary Festival, and I am a regular contributer to the Mama Ozzy cooking blog.
Photographers and people I am inspired by include Brian Skerry, Steve Winter, Michael Lombardi, Michael Nichols, Thomas Peschak, Claire Nouvian, Daniel Botelho, Raul Touzon, Ernst Haas, and Larry Clark,
Contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org