I am an editorial and documentary photographer/writer based in Northern California. I began my career as a writer and editor for The Commercial Appeal in Memphis before moving into corporate communications at Maybelline, FedEx and Charles Schwab. In 2013, I left corporate life, joined the photography program at Sacramento City College, and began capturing the honest emotions of real people in real situations. My editorial work has been published by Comstock's, Edible Sacramento, J. the Jewish Weekly, Outword and Real Weddings magazines and by The Huffington Post. My long-term documentary projects include a photo-essay on the women of Heavy Dirt Farm, which debuted at the Exhibit S gallery in downtown Sacramento, plus a chronicle of art installed at the Warehouse Artists Lofts. For nine months, I followed the rescue, renovation and return of the vintage Mercury Cleaners neon sign, and I recently completed an 18-month documentary on the development and installation of public art at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento.
Corporate, Documentary, Weddings, Portrait, Multimedia Production, Still Photography