I'm a third generation Massachusetts photographer, taking up my family’s torch with a camera in one hand and a paintbrush in the other.
My mother, rest her soul, confessed she "could not even draw a stick figure," but wholeheartedly signed me up for extra art classes, trips, and learning opportunities. She was impassioned by my enthusiasm, and drove all over town to make sure I had every opportunity to hone and refine my craftsmanship and artistry.
When I was 16, I left the country for the first time, traveling with my sister to Ireland to trace our mother’s roots. When I was studying Fine Art & Graphic Design at Lesley University, I had the opportunity to travel to both Guyana and to Haiti, which continues to color my perspective on the world on a large plain.
I'm currently taking my love of travel and photography on the road, connecting myself with the beauty of nature, and with passionate people all across America. Follow me and my dog Coco as we unfold our story not yet told.