I believe that every thing, every place, and every person has a story worth telling. I’m passionate about discovering these stories and re-telling them in a way that incites connection and change. Film is a powerful tool that can be used to empower people to use their voice and I think it’s our responsibility as filmmakers to find the people and stories that need to be heard the most.
Since the beginning of time people have used stories as a way to teach, inspire, entertain, connect, and remember. Storytelling is an important part of our human existence, and I’ve found the most eloquent way I can tell a story is through photography and filmmaking - that's why visual storytelling is my jam.
I graduated from Western Washington University with a Visual Journalism degree. I’ve since worked with various organizations to help tell their story through photography and film, including The Hope Project - Liberia and Icicle Creek Center for the Arts.