About Me

I am a freelance photojournalist based In Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Most of my work focuses on documenting rural America through the Appalachian region.

In 2018, I was selected as one of two Reinke Grant for Visual Storytelling recipients through Boyd's Station, where I spent five months photographing the people of Harrison County, Kentucky. After wrapping up an Internship with The Boston Globe In the spring of 2019, I moved back to Harrison County to cover the transition between the tobacco and hemp industries. That body of work has since placed first in the William Randolph Hearst Journalism Awards for Picture Story.

My clients Include Bloomberg News, NPR, The Boston Globe, and Post Industrial Magazine.

Outside of photography, I spend my time backpacking, canoeing, reading, and playing tennis.

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