I love championing others looking to learn more about the photography process. I primarily work with adolescents and teenagers, and strongly believe that learning how to create pictures and tell stories elicits the confidence needed for future generations to reframe outdated narratives and push our society forward. Alongside teaching term-based classes, I’ve developed 1-3 day photography workshops that can travel to alternative classrooms, such as non-profits or after-school centers. To help make space for creating art away from digital screens., I embed alternative processes and therapeutic elements into my curriculum.
Exhibitions of my student’s work have been displayed at The Half King Photo Series and Hudson Hall as part of my work with LightField Arts.