Hello! I was raised in Woodside, CA, a small town in the heart of Silicon Valley. I now split my time between the
San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles. I am a freelance photographer and actor, and my day job is in Post Production/Project Management at Beats By Dre. I received my Bachelors of Science in Human Biology with a concentration in Earth Sciences and a minor in Studio Art from Stanford University. I also have a graduate certificate in Acting for the Camera from UCLA, a competitive one-year program that accepted 16 students out of worldwide applicants. I am currently studying for my Masters degree in Environmental Communication and Sustainability Science from Stanford University, expected 2021, as well as a graduate certificate in Producing from UCLA, for which I am also the program's Class Assistant (personally selected by the program director).
My passions include sustainability & conservation, acting & filmmaking, interior and architectural design, and travel. My portfolio includes an extensive amount of travel photography, as well as digital artwork, and commissioned portraits & product photography in the studio. My San Quentin series was selected as a semi finalist out of over 110 entries for the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University's Documentary Essay Prize in Photography, and you can check out my other features below.
In my [limited] spare time, I donate my photography services to animal rescues to help homeless pets find loving homes. My next project will be entering a women's correctional facility to photograph the PHS/SPCA's TAILS and PAT programs. I am also working on an original intergenerational screenplay based on the true events of the lives of my grandmother and mother, for which I won an award through the UCLA Professional Program in Acting for the Camera and was featured in Deadline.
Please contact me if you are interested in booking sessions for family photos, senior portraits, graduation photos, or more. Thank you for visiting my site!
- Inaugural Stanford Women in Design Exposition
- Stanford Sustainability Fair 2016 & 2017
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