I have a passion for telling stories.  Our lives and the environments we inhabit are as unique as our DNA.  Through photography, I aim to honor the individual in front of my camera and provide an opportunity for their singular story to join the collective consciousness.

After nine years of studying and working in New York City, I returned home to Austin, Texas.  I work as an editorial photographer for magazines such as The New York Times Sunday Magazine, Time, The Atlantic Monthly, Marie Claire, Texas Monthly, ESPN, Mother Jones, and others.  Prints from past personal projects have been acquired by the permanent collections at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas, and the Lishui Photography Museum of China
Current projects include “Our Desired Future,” a look at the tenuous state of Texas ground water, and “DEEP TIME: An artist’s journey; sifting through the stratigraphy of paleontology and family.”